On the occasion of Fête Nationale, Monaco’s City Hall invites Monegasques and Residents to decorate their homes, windows and balconies to celebrate the Sovereign Prince, the Princely Family and the Principality. Two shows will be taking place at Espace Léo Ferré (by invitation) as well as a pyromelodic firework display on the Port of Monaco.
Festivities will begin on Wednesday 14 November at 3 pm with a musical for children aged 5 to 10 years old. ‘Panique à Fantasialand’, played by the Équinoxe Company, takes us somewhere above Greenland, during the production of Christmas toys.
On Sunday 18 November at 8:15pm, a pyromelodic fireworks display will take place on the Port of Monaco. Then, on Sunday 18 November at 9 pm and Monday 19 November at 3 pm, there will be a show by Ahmed Sylla. The French comedian with Senegalese roots will present his new one man show entitled ‘Different’.
Wednesday 15 November at 3 pm – Espace Léo Ferré – Musical comedy ‘Panique à Fantasialand’. For children from 5 to 10 years old.
Sunday 18 November at 8:15pm – Port of Monaco – Pyromelodic fireworks display.
Sunday, 18 November at 9 pm and Monday, 19 November at 3 pm – Espace Léo Ferré – Comedy Show by Ahmed Sylla. For those aged 10 years old and up.
Distribution of invitations
Invitations for the shows will be given out at City Hall (Wedding Hall) on presentation of a Monegasque identity card, resident’s card, or family booklet for children. One seat per card, spaces are limited.
– Wednesday 7 November from 9am to 4pm is for Monegasques, their spouses and their children only.
– Thursday 8 November from 9am to 4pm is for Monegasques, their spouses and their children, as well as Residents.
During these events, the Espace Léo Ferré will distribute tickets to spectators offering free parking at the Commercial Center of Fontvieille and Papalins:
– Wednesday 14 November for the musical ‘Panique à Fantasialand’
– Sunday 18 and Monday 19 November for Ahmed Sylla’s show.
A bus service will also be set up free of charge on Sunday 18 November, at the end of the show from the stop at the Fontvieille Commercial Center. The shuttle will serve the various stops in the Principality according to requests.
How to display your flags?
For flags, the red part must always be above the white part. For flags and banners seen from the outside, the red part should be to the left of the white part.