Weekend in Monaco

#hello_monaco weekend: what to do on July 15th and July 16th

It’s Friday and you have a wonderful summer weekend ahead. And we are ready to help you with some suggestions on what you can do in your free time.

Summer at Port Hercule

You can start your day with taking a walk in Port Hercule, that welcomes you again this summer for a fun adventure. Every year during the summer months, the town’s Animation Department organizes events at Port Hercule from Friday 14 July to Sunday 20 August 2023.

Carousel, “Crazy Kart” Karting from 3 years old and two basketball courts (1 court for adults, an inflatable court for children) will welcome the public, as well as shaded and planted areas installed for passers-by. In addition, a reminder of the summer exhibition “Monet in Full Light” will be set up in partnership with the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.

Sales chalets and gourmet stands bearing the “Monaco Historic Sites” label will be open to the public in the evening.

Bordighera, Italian town beloved by royalty and Charles Garnier
‘La Corniche near Monaco’, Claude Monet, 1884 ©depositphotos.com

Seal will be performing at the Salle des Étoiles as part of the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival on Sunday 16 July 2023, at 8 pm, in Salle des Etoiles.

With over 30 million albums sold, Seal has made an indelible mark on pop, R&B, soul, and dance. A multi-talented star of pop culture, his repertoire encompasses anthemic tunes such as “Killer”, “Crazy” and “Kiss From A Rose”, and he has collaborated to great success with artists as eclectic Jeff Beck, Santana, P!nk, and John Legend.

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Symphonic concert by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra will be given in the Cour d’Honneur at the Prince’s Palace – Tribute to Sergei Rachmaninov – Conducted by Kazuki Yamada, with Daniil Trifonov, piano on Sunday 16 July 2023, at 9.30 pm.

Music to be performed includes works by Sergei RACHMANINOV and Johannes BRAHMS.

Concert by Véronique Sanson

And a very different concert by Catia Werneck will be held in La Note Bleue on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 July 2023, at 9 pm.

Catia Werneck was raised amongst musicians when she naturally picked up the piano and develop into a generational talent Bossa Nova singer. At the ripe age of 21, Catia lands in France and collaborates with many of the greats (Touré Kunda, Chico Buarque, Patrick Bruel) before locking her musical path alongside renowned French pianist Vincent Bidal. A prolific collaboration leading to the production of a remarkable body of work inspired by a rich Brazilian heritage and her own unique musical sensibilities, it’s Brazil time once again at La Note Bleue!

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