EU Bands Will Need Touring Visas To Perform In The UK From 2021

The Home Office has announced that EU bands will require visas in order to perform in the UK from 2021. While all EU artists and entertainers (plus their crews) can currently move freely between the EU and the UK without work permits or visas, this freedom of movement will end as of January next year after the Brexit transition period finishes in December. Not only will a Tier 5 visa be ...

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