“These people are perfectly happy to target civilians with the maximum terror impact,” Basu said. “Crowded places were always a concern for us, but now they are right at the top of the agenda.”
The info presented clearly showed that stadium and music events are susceptible to attack as to be expected with large amounts of people congregating in a small area, but music festivals present other challenges with the larger perimeters they tend to possess. Particular points of interests are the rural events that host the country’s biggest summer festivals such as Glastonbury, could end up being “sitting ducks” as they waiting for emergency crews to respond from some 70 miles away.
Source: The Guardian