Stonehenge is set to live-stream this year’s Summer Solstice for the first time ever in history and El Pasoans can tune in for free.

The mystical and ancient site, Stonehenge, will embark on a historical event virtually on June 21, 2020, when the English Heritage organization which cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments, and sites — will broadcast the Summer Solstice for all the world to witness this year.

Due to the novel coronavirus, all leisure travel and events have been canceled and or postponed and normally the landmark site of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in England would be flooded with thousands of visitors ready to witness the sunrise spectacle. This year though people from all over the world including El Paso will have the rare opportunity to be part of the annual solar-and-stone alignment during the unprecedented live broadcast online.

Not only is this going to be a one-of-a-kind experience but the Summer Solstice also happens to coincide with Father’s Day - on Sunday, June 21, 2020. So if you and dad want to join in on the virtual celebration of the changing of the seasons, check out English Heritage's Summer Solstice 2020 event page on Facebook, which includes a city-by-city list of exact times to view the perfect sunrise and sunset moments no matter where on earth you live, including the El Paso area.