The Fair Haven Music Fair unites a Multi-cultural population into a blend of traditional and contemporary melodies. Through the manipulation of surrounding massing elements and existing structures and forms, what used to be a decayed industrial site along the Navesink river’s edge, will become home to the most popular and anticipated music festival in the New England area. Through the emphasis on rhythm, pace and movement the landscape intervention seeks to create a unique neutral space which could house a variety of events throughout the seasons, leading to the main event housing 30,000 people in a diverse mixture of music space and sound. The use of repetitive patterns in the form of vegetation and structural boundaries, create a series of visual and physical trajectories, dictating the sites influence on it’s audience. Exhorting the inhabitant to direct their journey through the site by their choice of visual preference as well as musical inclination. Visual corridors engaged on pedestrian walkways will direct people to a number of different performing areas, these divided into particular sectors composed of closed, semi closed and open space areas geared for each particular performance.