Hardwon access to the Stonehenge Drove, or byway 12, is not under threat. It has a future as a possible camping area for travellers of all kinds, as long as the centre is free for fire access you may still park either side or pitch a tent. Amplified music must end at sunset to avoid criminal justice bill breaches, for the same reason repetetive beats need to relive the nineties somewhere else or risk loss of soundsystem if a warning comes first. Accoustic music is completely legal all through the night, usually round a fire so parents can pitch accordingly. Picnics can happen all over National Trust property, day or night. There is no law against dancing at picnics. There is no advertising or organisation for any celebratory festival type event, it is well known that picnickers can gather at Stonehenge maybe around the Drove at any time, particularly any sunny Sunday, for example.