Kite festival crowds are never angry, as a rule. AWE makes them happy. AWEwareness grows, like this years local press. Wubbo-the-astronaut was right about the idea.
It seemed you liked the idea of megalith kite anchors in a festive context. By coincidence, I have erected many megaliths around Austin (with cranes), and grew up around countless working antique airplanes as well. As a kid, I even got to touch the actual Wright Flyer at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. At the World Kite Museum, as curator, I actually did fly quite a few old historic kites, very carefully, out of scientific curiosity, if no else would.
Checking out a Scottish jail for restoring a massive fallen Celtic megalith, with giant kites, is Texas-cool. Our Scots are more noted intolerant “Klan” culture that the Scottish Enlightenment (v. our Germans as exiled 1848 Freethinkers), that could be in the statement to your court. You could testify for a life sentence nearby, with AWE work-release