Into the Wild Festival news: Musicians ‘refusing’ to play UK festivals due to ‘humiliating’ Brexit visa process and right-wing politicians
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We are finding a similar situation at Into the Wild. Brexit has turned into a divisive, small minded, idiotic debate. Even the few people who supported it, for reasons that they thought would be a more expansive view, free from the constraints of the EU bureaucracy surely have to admit, it has become a bigoted farce, teasing out the worst side of human ignorance in many cases.
Into the Wild’s natural intuition is one of expansiveness, not isolationist, Especially with the rich mix of music and poetry, art and creativity the world has to offer.
Luckily we still have a great mix of artists coming to Into the Wild this summer, Monks from Tibet, King Ayisoba and Guy One from West Africa, Bak Lamp Fall the Senegalese Sufi singers, Music from Northern and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Indian music and much more…