What’s On In Monaco? 26th June – 2nd July

What's On In Monaco
As summer gets into full-swing, Monaco serves up yet another remarkable week of entertainment. From rock legends Deep Purple, to world-class boxing there really is something amazing happening every single day. Take a look at our hand-picked guide to `What’s On In Monaco’ and enjoy whatever you choose to do…
Monday 26th June

CREM workshop: photography

Venue: Club des Residents Etrangers de Monaco (CREM)

Theory and practical half-day workshop led by Ed Wright, to discover the fundamentals of your camera.

  • duration 2h30
  • CREM members 25 euros
  • member guests 50 euros
  • minimum 4 participants, maximum 10

Participants should bring their own camera, one which they are most familiar with.

For more information:

  • Email: info@crem.mc
  • phone +377 97 98 01 77
Tuesday 27th June

Grand opening: Galerie Birch

The daughter of one of Europe’s most prolific art dealers, Borge Birch, has chosen to exhibit his legacy in a brand new gallery which opens this week in Monaco.

The gallery will then be open every day from Tuesday to Friday, from 11am-1pm and 2.30-6pm, and Saturday, from 11am to 3pm.

For more Information:

Vivanova tasting: Family of Hounds Gin

Venue: Yacht Club of Monaco

Private event for club members taking place in the Yacht Club’s Wine Palace wine bar, tasting of Family of Hounds Gin, hosted by founder and owner Andrea Frigerio. Range of mixers and canapes are included.

  • free entry Club Vivanova members
  • trade professionals welcome
  • limited to 25

For more information:

Club membership costs 120 euros per year.

Wednesday 28th June

Deep Purple, Pretenders, Johnny Gallagher and the Boxtie Band

Venue: Salle des Etoiles: Sporting d’Ete

Part of the Sporting Summer Festival concert; four legendary performers. Johnny Gallagher, The Boxtie Band open the evening, followed by Deep Purple on their Long Goodbye Tour, and the Pretenders. Standing room only.

  • tickets from 103.50 euros
  • 19:30 doors open, 20:30 concert starts
  • smart dress
  • children +7 only, accompanied by parents

For more information:

Thursday 29th June

Live jazz: Fast Forward

Venue: Note Bleue

In the jazz lounge some stunning tracks from drummer Stephane Adsuar’s album, Fast Forward.

  • free entry
  • 21:00-midnight

For more information:

Friday 30th June

Monte Carlo Fighting Trophy 2017

Taking place at Stade Louis IIKickboxing and Wako competitions

In the stadium’s Salle Gaston Medecin, the Monte Carlo Fighting Trophy includes the Prince Albert II Cup for kickboxing, and four Wako pro world championships.
  • tribune tickets: from €15
  • ringside tickets: €50 to €300

For more information:

Saturday 1st July

F(e)aites de la Danse – Dance festival

Taking place at the Place du Casino, this is an all night event from 1 to 2 July. The first edition of the F(e)aites de la Danse lasts for 8 hours, around the streets and gardens around the Monte Carlo Casino. The area is transformed into a dance stage with performances by professional and amateur dancers and the aim is to persuade the public to dance.

  • free entry
  • open to all

Includes a giant dance barre, dance marathon, flash mob, concerts, new creations, open air dancing, entertainment, workshops, roller dancing, hip hop battle, pole dancing, ballroom dancing and more.

Organized by the Ballets de Monte Carlo in collaboration with the Monaco Government and Monte Carlo SBM.

For more information:

Sunday 2nd July

Baywatch (2017)

At the Monaco Open Air Cinema, check out the hilarious global hit, the 2017 remake of Baywatch!

  • Tickets from 12 euros, doors open 20:45, film starts 22:00.
  • Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario
  • Director: Seth Gordon
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Drama
  • Running time: 1h56
  • More details: Baywatch: Alerte a Malibu (www.IMDB.com)

For full program of films, visit the cinema website at: Cinemas 2 Monaco.

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