Brought some friends out to see the local fireworks exhibition which has been done most years for the past 110. They did a great job, almost never ending for the duration with a lot of LOUD ones to boot! Getting out of the large parking area with one way out and people directing traffic made for an interesting thought. Large number of folks going in one direction, out, with 100's of vehicles via a 2 lane drive, 200 yds long. Some sat and waited, others did what they could to get in front of or blow past those directing traffic. Last were the few, laying on the horn, screaming for people to move even though it was readily seen nothing was going their way. All of this after waiting about 15-20 minutes! What would they do when roads are in such a state as this and you've not moved for 8 or 10 hours? How would they react to someone telling them to wait until XXX? They've been running the car the whole time to keep the A/C going, have now run out of fuel and are ready to start a fight because they're part to blame for blocking the way and don't want to see their ride pushed off the road to the side because f it. In general I prefer to get a place where leaving fairly quickly and without headaches is more important than a front row seat, especially where things can be seen well for a distance. I just wanted to accommodate those who were there for the show, I think they might have learned a little from the experience on the ride home discussion.