This weekend is rich in sports events. And HelloMonaco is ready to help you not to get lost in these numerous events.
You can begin your weekend with Monaco Run 2024, organised by the Monegasque Athletics Federation (FMA) from Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 February 2024, on Quai Albert Ier. The event features a series of foot races through the streets of the Principality. In addition, this year will see Monaco provide the starting point for the Trail du Mont Agel for the first time ever! Run over a 30 km course through the hills around the Principality, the trail run explores the Riviera’s natural environment and passes through locations with incredible views.
The 12th Pink Ribbon Walk Monaco in aid of breast cancer awareness will take place on Sunday 11 February 2024, at 10.15 am at Port Hercule in the Principality, where hundreds of participants will come together to support this worthy cause. The funds raised by Pink Ribbon Monaco will go towards research into lobular breast cancer screening. In partnership with the Monegasque Athletics Federation (F.M.A) and SBM OFFSHORE.
You can continue with the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series (Act III) that takes place from Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 February 2024, in the Bay of Monaco.
In line with the YCM’s sporting policy and featuring the Melges 20 class from 2013 thanks to the efforts of Valentin Zavadnikov, then later the J/70 class, the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series are a one-design winter programme of training and regattas taking place monthly between December and March. The format has proven hugely popular, with more than 350 yachtsmen and women coming from all over Europe to set up their winter training base in the Principality, as they prepare for the biggest races of the coming season.
Basketball fans will surely enjoy the Betclic Élite French Basketball Championship game: AS Monaco Roca Team – Boulogne-Levallois on Sunday 11 February 2024 at 2.30 pm in Salle Gaston Médecin.
And on stage of Theatre des Muses there is a play Fausse Note on Saturday 10 February at 8 pm, and Sunday 11 February 2024 at 4.30 pm.
The Geneva Philharmonic. The dressing room of the world famous conductor H.P. Miller. After one of his concerts, the maestro is repeatedly disturbed by an overly insistent spectator, Léon Dinkel, who claims to be a great admirer and has travelled all the way from Belgium to applaud him. But the longer the conversation goes on, the stranger and more menacing the visitor’s behaviour becomes…Until finally he reveals an object from the past. Just who is this unnerving Mr Dinkel? An emotional meeting between two men, neither of whom will emerge unscathed.
Among many interesting exhibitions that are held in Monaco these days you can take a look at Hauser & Wirth Monaco that presents Mark Bradford’s ‘Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen’, from September 29 to February 10 a major new solo exhibition centered around a selection of paintings based on the historical tapestries known as ‘The Hunt of the Unicorn,’ first exhibited at the Fundação de Serralves in 2021. A site-specific wall painting that will wrap the entire gallery space and an adaptation of ‘He would see this country burn if he could be king of the ashes’ (2019) will complete an immersive experience that draws the viewer into Bradford’s ongoing engagement with the themes of predation, destruction and the hope of rejuvenation for those in crisis.
Of course there are other interesting events taking place in Monaco. If you want to learn more about them visit our Calendar.
So have fun and enjoy your weekend!