Life in Monaco is catching up after a short summer break. And here are our recommendations for you on where to go and what to do.
You can start your weekend on Friday 8 September, at the Yacht Club of Monaco with a Concert by Duran Duran, organised by the Yacht Club of Monaco. For more information: +377 93 10 63 00.
And another concert is on Saturday 9 September at 8 pm Espace Fontvieille: Concert by Maître GIMS.
Gandhi Djuna, better known by his stage name Maître Gims, is a French rapper and singer. He grew up in and is currently living in France. He is a former member of the hip-hop group Sexion d’Assaut, and has developed a solo career with a major release, his solo album Subliminal and his cousin Mario Kalinovic is also his producer.
Tickets range from €39 to €229.
Sports season is on and this weekend there is an out of town game on Saturday 9 September at 5 pm: French Premier League Football Championship, Day 5: OGC Nice vs AS Monaco.
For professionals in the insurance sector this weekend starts International Rendez-Vous of Insurers, Reinsurers, Brokers and Reinsurance Consultants in Monte-Carlo in the Grimaldi Forum and Fairmont Monte Carlo on September 9-14, 2017.
Since 1957 the major players in the world Reinsurance market have met at the Rendez-Vous de Septembre in Monte-Carlo. For sixty years now, the Rendez-Vous de Septembre has brought together the major players in the world Reinsurance markets in Monte-Carlo including reinsurers, insurers and brokers and also attracted a large number of lawyers, bankers, accounting and rating companies, and specialist journalists.
Register online at a registration fee of 200 euros per participant. For more information www.rvs-monte-carlo.com.
And if you if you have some extra free time there are always quite a few exibitions going on in Monaco, like Exhibition “When sculptures bloom…” at the Exotic Garden of Monaco, Exhibition: The Forbidden City in Monaco, Exhibition: “Dissipatio HG”, Exhibition “Dark Shadows” in Galerie 11 Columbia, Exhibition “No man is an island”, Exhibition on “The Bicentenary of the Palace Guards”, Exhibition “Kasper Akhøj, Welcome (To The Teknival)”, Exhibition “Saâdane Afif, The Fountain Archives 2008—2017”, Borderline exhibition by Philippe Pasqua in Oceanographique Museum of Monaco.
If you want to learn about other exhibitions taking place in Monaco visit our Calendar.