Let's face it every avenue of travel there gets congested. The grounds, much like our highways, are simply not big enough to accommodate the traffic. It would be wise to branch out further into the community with some of the events. Spreading the events to other locations within the city would ease some of this crowding. There are other locations within the city that could easily serve as an additional space to host events related to the festival. The University District, the International District, Pioneer Square, Capital Hill, the nearest, the Fremont District, all have hosted similar events featuring entertainment, music, crafts and food. Surely something could be worked out cooperatively with those fair associations to help in this regard. A kind of city fair summit perhaps, where all of the organizers could hold a conference and talk to each other about how best to help each other and work together for the mutual benefit of all. Or is my inexperience with the organizational underbelly of these events just too uninformed about the complexities of such an undertaking? I know that they were trying to move some things to the Lake Union area.