Concert and festival areas are generally dynamic and fluid. They usually have no established system. As soon as they want to be created; the most suitable places are selected, the show is performed and then removed. The most important of these cases, the 'Live Aid' concert, had a place inside Wembsley Stadium for a day.
Of course, it became an element of entertainment and pleasure for people. So is that all about it? This concert was set up to raise funds for the ongoing famine in Ethiopia and draw attention to the hunger in Africa. The people occupied this temporary space that was unique and offered a social unity. This event reflects the unity of citizens against to regional or social problems, and common values in community relations.