This weekend in Monaco is about innovative cars, music and fairy tales. And HelloMonaco will tell you all about it.
From Wednesday 25 October to Sunday 29 October the 2nd Monte-Carlo e-Rally is taking place in the Principality.
For this 2nd edition of the Monte-Carlo eRallye, a rally as symbolic as the Monaco ePrix, the Organizing Committee of the Automobile Club de Monaco demonstrates yet again its passion for innovation and its event expertise by offering 50 enthusiastic competitors (40 electric vehicles and 10 hydrogen cars) the opportunity to enter an unforgettable 2017 edition…
This event is reserved for 100 % electric vehicles, without the use of extension cables; 100 % hydrogenated or hybrid electric/hydrogen vehicles with 4 wheels; all registered for road use and with a minimum capacity of 2 and a maximum of 5 passengers. This will be a rally appreciated by automobile manufacturers and automotive specialists alike as an opportunity to demonstrate the technological potential of their vehicles under every day conditions. A challenge enjoyed by both amateurs and professional rally drivers wishing to discover the challenges and the magic of the Monte-Carlo eRallye!
Just like last year, the magnificent XII Century Fontainebleau Castle will host the departure of this challenging 1000-kilometre adventure, details of which you will find on the website.
A Closing Lunch and Award Ceremony will be held on Sunday, 29th October 2017 at 12:00pm.
And for the occasion of the 2nd Monte-Carlo E-Rally the Automobile Club of Monaco organised the “Monte-Carlo Village E-Rally” from Wednesday 25 October to Sunday 29 October, Espace Fontvieille.
For sports fans an event to watch this weekend is the game of PRO A Basketball Championship: Monaco – Boulazac on Saturday 28 October at 7 pm Stade Louis II – Salle Omnisports Gaston Médecin.
Do you remember the story of Cinderella? Picked by Rossini in twenty four days only, the Cenerentola is, in spite of the failure of its creation in Rome in 1817, a delicious masterpiece where the screw comica never masks the emotion which appears.
Twenty years ago, Cecilia Bartoli took on the role of Cenerentola / Cinderella in the eponymous work by Rossini at the Zurich Opera. Immediately, his incarnation, alternately fiery, tender, dazzling, mutinous and imperious, made this spectacle a cult performance of the most famous Swiss opera house.
On 29 October at 3 p.m., 31 October and 02, 04 November 2017, at 8 p.m. starring Cecilia Bartoli and Les Musiciens du Prince, La Cenerentola is a coproduction with the Monte Carlo Opera. You are prommissed an unforgettable evening, for this Cinderella became Princess of the Lyric …
And though the Halloween hasn’t arrived yet, the parties begin. This Saturday, 28 October, ghosts will be haunting the Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo and its characteristic Asian fusion cuisine will be served in an ambiance of uniquely carved pumpkins and other creations by our chefs.
Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo is pleased to welcome you to its exceptional Phantom Manor Halloween party!
During the deliciously spooky evening, ghostly brides, skulls and haunted trees will take over the restaurant. Admire the curiously carved pumpkins and vote for the best one to try to win a dinner for two!
To celebrate Halloween, Chef Eric Guillemaud invites you to try, in addition to the menu, their specially prepared for this occasion.
DJ PAPA will be on the decks for the evening.
And if you have not seen yet the Exhibition of photographs by Matthieu Ricard, check it out, since it’ll close soon.
A hundred or so photographs are on display, depicting the personal journey of this famous Buddhist monk and neurobiologist through the world of the Himalayas.
HelloMonaco hopes you’ll have a great weekend, and if you want to learn about exhibitions taking place in Monaco visit our Calendar.
So have fun and enjoy your weekend!