If you are a fan of rare events tonight/tomorrow's full moon should fill the bill.

These full moons were named by native american's as Strawberry moon because this is when many of the wild strawberries are ready to pick.  What make tonight's event  additionally rare is because of the position of Saturn which you can easily locate beside the "strawberry moon." Mental Floss says tonight,

The Earth will fall directly between Saturn and the Sun, which means a brightly shining Saturn will be visible in the eastern sky after the Sun goes down. The best time to spot the ringed planet is around midnight, and it will appear in the sky for the next several months.

The Strawberry moon will be brightest around 12:53 AM EST so don't forget to look up .