I don't think it would look too odd if you set up a lawn chair and just sat out. It's pretty common around here for people to just sit out and enjoy the night air, look at the sky, just be outside.
Mr. citoyenne had the pleasure of being "divebombed" by a cercropia moth the other night, about 4 or 5" across. He boasts to my great envy. They can get bigger but so uncommon to see. It's a delight whenever I get to see our different giant moths (which beat butterflies hands down one hundred and sixteen percent).
Just looked up that endangered mole cricket. It would be shocking at first to have it tumble out of your plants, but they look so fascinating, even cute, maybe half critter half bug.
I guess if you feel that you're experiencing and unusual amount of insects ask what they might be there for (aside from the treasures in your bin and your obviously superior club atmosphere in your car). Maggots and flies feed off decay, do you have a lot of dead energy around? Maybe something festering?
Moths and the moon are tied, but easily led astray by, well, anything that glows; are you chasing something that can't be caught? Have you been led astray by something glowy? Are you being drawn on a nocturnal journey to try and uncover some lunar mystery? I'd hope the latter. Moths seem to me the ultimate bohemians, chasing spiritual growth, going through monumental changes, getting sidetracked a lot but ultimately living up to the old adage that it's the journey that counts.
Grasshoppers are just downright lucky. Unless they're trapped in a car probably roasting... I guess. But I don't think there's a need to read too deeply into these little guys; maybe you're going to have luck while traveling. Maybe a fortunate leap forward
If bugs don't bother you too much, then don't be too distressed. If there was nothing alive in your home at all, no bugs no nothin' that's when I'd be worried.