https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-55654386 We live in the hope that after the pandemic, we can tour and see live shows again, but this week, the UK politely rejected EU's offer of visa free travel for musicians in the bloc for UK musicians. I guess they wanted visa free for their musicians in the UK in return, or something. I want to know, do you think the UK are mad or are the EU and Musicians still thinking like Remainers? The answer can only be found, in how American or Japanese or other third party musicians get treated when touring in the EU; Do they get to have this visa free movement in the EU or do they have to import/export equipment and pay dues in the country they play their shows in - like the Brits now have to do? / and, what the EU was asking UK of in return that it didn't ask the United States or Japan? - Meaning, if they do get to but Brits don't, why can't EU musicians go visa free in the US or Japan but were expected to go visa free in the UK for UK to get what other third party nationals already get in the EU? (I should know, I'm a Musician who grew up under the EU, and I know EU musicians can't tour around the US Visa free, if US can tour around the EU visa free, why can't UK when EU musicians can't tour the UK visa free?