Into The Wild 2022
Into the Wild 2022 just ended, leaving the happy tribe who took part with a big smile on their faces and possibly more relaxed and healthier than before the festival.
The family friendly event jam packed with “workshops” focused on the body and the mind, also had great music moments on the very cozy main stage, probably too small at some points, as well as in the high tech silent disco reaching the stars and the sky.
The site itself is well worth a visit, with one of the most magical glades I’ve seen in the UK.
If you’re a parent with small kids, you probably wouldn’t mind crying babies at night time, but if you’re not, the festival also had (a small) kids free area. Also if you’re not into the spiritual world, not all workshops were based on rituals and cleansing crystals; but some, very down to earth, like foraging and Thai Massage where way over subscribed, giving a clear signal to the organisers for the years to come.
Overall, well done everyone, I shall look forward to Into the Wild 2023.
William Ranieri reports