WILTSHIRE, England — The crowds of people who normally gather at the neolithic Stonehenge will not be celebrating the beginning of summer together.
The celebrations held at the ancient ruins have been canceled, ITV and other media outlets have reported.
The coronavirus lockdown and prohibition of public gatherings are causing the cancelation of the event, the Evening Standard reported.
Officials said they spoke with emergency services and the druid and pagan community before making the decision.
But that doesn’t mean the event won’t be held. This year English Heritage, the group that runs Stonehenge, will live stream from the site.
The live stream will begin at 8:30 p.m. UTC (4:30 p.m. EDT) June 20 and will end around 5:30 a.m. UTC (1:30 a.m. EDT) June 21.