Revellers staying up into the early hours at Glastonbury Festival will be able to enjoy an illuminated tor.
St Michael's Tower on top of the Tor will be lit up from sunset to sunrise to celebrate the festival's 40th year.
The National Trust, which owns the Tor, will use low energy LED lights in different colours to emit a soft glow.
Andy Mayled, from the charity said:"It's the first time the trust will be at Glastonbury Festival and we wanted to do something special."
The tower will be lit at 21.31 BST every night for five nights during the festival, which takes place between 23 - 27 June 2010.