The Starmus festival, which focuses on astronomy, is due to take place in Tenerife in June – an event that may be of interest to those staying in a property in Spain.
Brian May, guitarist with Queen and astrophysicist, has helped organise the festival, which will see specialists in the field of astronomy come together for five days between June 20th and 25th.
It has been arranged to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's journey into space, where he became the first person to leave the earth's atmosphere.
People visiting a property in Spain may want to ensure they are present on June 24th when Brian May will be performing at the Sonic Universe concert with Tangerine Dream.
The band, who have released singles such as Oranges Don't Dance, Stratosfear and Turn of the Tides, will be playing music that is mixed with real sounds from the sun and other stars.
Among the notable figures attending the event are Jack Szostak and George Smoot, both of whom have won the Nobel Prize, and Valentina Tereshkova – the first woman in space.