Weekend in Monaco

#hello_monaco weekend: what to do on February 3rd and February 4th

Weekend is already on the doorstep and therefore you should check your plans. And if they are still uncertain here we gathered for you a few suggestions.

Monte-Carlo Historic Rally

This weekend we are closely following the 26th Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique that once again promises a unique mix of diversity and authenticity from Wednesday 31 January to Wednesday 7 February, with Glasgow and Milan returning as starting cities. The Organising Committee of the Automobile Club de Monaco is keen for this 2024 event to be as attractive and exciting as ever, with a programme including regularity stages that have been responsible for some of the most legendary moments in the history of the race!

Made in Japan in Monaco

This weekend long-awaited 4th edition of “MADE IN JAPAN IN MONACO”, the only specialized exhibition and sales event about Japan in Monaco, will be held at the Fairmont Monte Carlo, one of the city’s symbols. The Principality of Monaco, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, is surrounded by various traditions and history with France and Italy. It is characterized as a place with exceptional internationality where the world’s most wealthy people gather.

Davis cup

The Monegasque Tennis Federation is pleased to present the Davis Cup World Group II Play-offs match PARAGUAY vs MONACO which will take place at the International Tennis Club on February 3 and 4, 2024.

The Monegasque team will face the Paraguayan team for the first time and the players will play their matches with the aim of reaching the World Group II Play-offs.

The event will be open to the public to support their team during the two days of competition!

Photo: RF._.studio at Pexels

And football fans can enjoy the French Ligue 1 Football Championship match: AS Monaco – Le Havre on Sunday 4 February 2024 at 1 pm on Stade Louis II.

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All those who love classical music can treat themselves with a symphonic concert – Mozart in Monaco of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Ton Koopman, with Martin Helmchen, piano, held on Sunday 4 February 2024, at 6 pm, in Auditorium Rainier III. On the program music by MOZART. Part of the third Mozart in Monaco Festival.

L'Alchimiste (The Alchemist)

And in the theatre this weekend there is L’Alchimiste (The Alchemist) on stage of Theatre des Muses on Saturday 3 February at 8 pm, and Sunday 4 February 2024 at 4.30 pm.

After dreaming of hidden treasure, young Andalusian shepherd Santiago decides to embark on a epic journey that takes him from Andalucia to the foot of the Pyramids, via Tangier and the Sahara desert. During his voyage of discovery, he meets the one they call the Alchemist, who teaches him to listen to his heart, read the signs of fate, and above all, follow his dream to the very end.

Mark Bradford at Hauser & Wirth Monaco
An in situ work created in the corridors of the gallery © Nicole Laffont

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!

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