ONE of Wiltshire's most famous landmarks has been reimagined as a music venue.

Parkdean Resorts created the image to visualize what the 5,000-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site of Stonehenge would look like if it were built today.

A spokeswoman for the UK’s largest holiday park operator, said: "Throughout history, landmarks have been built to remember significant events, to establish a location or to play a practical role. But how would they look if they were designed now?"Since it was built, Stonehenge has sparked many theories regarding its origins and purpose, but what could it be used for in 2021?

"Reimagined as a pioneering music venue, Stonehenge would function as one of the world's most high-tech open-air music venues, just 40 miles away from the home of Glastonbury."

The reimagined version features a full-circle stage in the centre, with standing room for audiences and banked seating further back for those who want a more relaxed experience.

In addition, it has screens surrounding the outer edges of the area to allow audiences to grab a drink without missing the on-stage action.