My congregation used to do true all night study for Shavuot with each session at another member's house (which works since a majority of the congregation lives within walking distance of the each other and the shul). Participants got to wake up a bit with a short walk outside between sessions. My husband, who is a night owl, loved these all night study sessions, but I used to stay home with our kids. As the congregation has aged (most of the founding members are in their early to mid- 60's), members no longer have the stamina to stay up all night, but luckily, we do have an enthusiastic (younger = 40-something) member who has organized a "Tikkun Leyl Shavuot" at the shul for the past several years. He choses a theme and arranges for a catered meal and dairy desserts and asks for volunteers to lead/teach learning sessions. If there are many sessions volunteered, it may be set up so that there are concurrent sessions and you have to choose which to attend. This year there was only one session at a time and the last one ended at about 11pm. Since Shavuot directly followed Shabbat, so that it started later, we started the Tikkun at shul with a Seudah Shlishit meal so that we could start with the Shavuot sessions as soon as possible. The dairy dessert was served as a break between the first two learning sessions.