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Easter on the French Riviera in 2024

Easter on the French Riviera in 2024, the best events according to montecarloliving!
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Easter on the French Riviera


Spending Easter in Monte Carlo offers a unique and unforgettable experience.


Located on the stunning French Riviera, this destination embodies elegance, luxury, and charm.

During Easter, the city comes alive with a series of special events and celebrations that add a festive touch to the already vibrant atmosphere.


The bustling streets of Monte Carlo are enriched with a variety of activities, ranging from traditional processions to beach parties, offering fun for all ages.

Moreover, the local gastronomy is a true delight for the palate, with world-class restaurants offering culinary delights that satisfy even the most discerning foodies.


The breathtaking beauty of its coastal landscapes and the sumptuous architecture of its buildings are a sight not to be missed. Additionally, Monte Carlo is renowned for its world-class casinos, offering an unparalleled gaming experience.

Here are the events for the Easter weekend in the principality:

Le Printemps des Arts – “Participatory Seminar ‘Danse Renaissance’ by the Unisoni group”

Sunday, March 31, 2024, at 11 am, Atelier des Ballets de Monte-Carlo
In the company of the Unisoni group, this seminar led by dancer and choreographer Anouk Mialaret offers a journey through time, inviting you to discover and practice 16th-century ballroom dances, passed down to us through Renaissance treaties. At the end of this fun meeting, pavanes, gaillardes, allemandes, farandoles, and rondes will have no more secrets for you!

Le Printemps des Arts – “The Amazing Keystone Big Band”

Sunday, March 31, 2024, at 3 pm, Auditorium Rainier III
The inventive jazz musicians of The Amazing Keystone Big Band revisit Le Carnaval des animaux and transform Camille Saint-Saëns’ masterpiece into a vast jazz festival, transporting us from Harlem to Brazil, from ragtime to bebop – without losing any of the animal character of the original score.

Theater – “Changer l’eau des fleurs – Valérie Perrin”

Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at 8 pm, Théâtre Princesse Grace
Violette Toussaint is the caretaker of a small cemetery in Burgundy. Her daily routine is punctuated by work and the confidences of passersby and regular visitors. One day, a man arrives who cannot understand why his mother wants to be buried with a stranger. This encounter will shake their lives. Salomé Lelouch and Mikaël Chirinian have adapted the novel and transformed it into an exciting theatrical adaptation that is a true ode to life!

All the art of cinema – “Mon XXe siècle”

Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at 8 pm, Théâtre des Variétés
Les Mardis du Cinéma – Mon XXe siècle, Ildikó Enyedi (1989). Written and directed along the lines of a Christmas tale, reshuffling cards and time, this work is a miracle of invention, humor, and insolence.

Theater – “Algorithme”

From Thursday, March 28, to Saturday, March 30, 2024, at 8:00 pm, and Sunday, March 31, 2024, at 4:30 pm, at the Theater des Musees.

It is the story of Max, the embodiment of what is called “the accomplished thirties.” Addicted to new technologies, he is catapulted into an experience at the borders of the fantastic. His story could be yours… In any case, it is the story of all those who no longer know how to live without being constantly connected to screens of all kinds. Combined with the actress’s performance, technical skill creates the total hallucination of a waking dream. All this keeps the audience breathless from the first to the last second.


Discover the best events to spend Easter 2024 in Nice.


The Cercle Richard Wagner Rive Droite was founded on January 29, 2010, and has just celebrated its thirteenth anniversary.

The conferences of the Cercle Richard Wagner Rive Droite take place in the Caballé foyer of the Opéra.


Saturday, March 30, 2024, at 7 p.m.

3 DJ sets on the Stockfish stage.

The Synapson duo made themselves known in 2010 with their first EP titled “Haute Couture.” In 2015, they released their first album titled “Convergence,” as the union of their two worlds in electronic music. With this project, they affirm the importance of the voice in their productions. Synapson is above all love for the stage and a desire to share their music live. The duo, true self-taught, surrounds themselves with singers and other musicians who complement them on stage.

At the tender age of 12, UPSILONE began learning to play the piano and became interested in electronic music and French DJ producers: Daft Punk, Bob Sinclar, Martin Solveig… all had an impact on him and inspired his musical project. He is part of that Generation Z that does everything by itself: lyrics, melodies, production, and video. Some have discovered him thanks to his tutorials on “How to make a hit.” Others have discovered him thanks to his disco funk remixes, tinged with modernity. His singular style blends 80s melodies with more contemporary electro/pop sounds influenced by Justice or Breakbot.

Mozambo is already known on the world house music scene
with remixes and original tracks that have earned him nearly 20 million streams.
These DJs and electronic music producers grew up listening to disco and funk from the 70s and 80s, as well as the French Touch of the 2000s.



From 16/03 to 30/03/2024, every day.

The best of Italian cinema today: 15 full-length films and 8 special evenings.


From 16/03 to 27/05/2024 from 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed on Tuesday.

From March to May 2024, the painter Djamel Tatah (born in Saint-Chamond in 1959) will offer a new visit to the Musée Matisse in Nice.

He has subjectively selected from the museum’s collections about a hundred graphic and sculptural works by Henri Matisse (1869-1954), covering his entire career, supplemented by exceptional loans from the Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA). The exhibition will alternate with about thirty personal paintings, generally of monumental size, selected from his production of the last twenty years and coming from public and private collections.



From 17/02 to 31/03/2024 from 11 am to 6 pm.
Closed on Tuesday.

The exhibition retraces the history of the Carnival, from its creation in 1873 to the present day, highlighting floats and costumes inspired by pop culture.

You will discover original creations with characters from movies, TV series, comics, and video games.

It also pays tribute to the artisans of the Carnival, who are the true creators of the event.


From 17/02 to 26/05/2024 from 10 am to 6 pm except on May 1st.
Closed on Monday.

This retrospective of the unpublished work of French photographer Henri Dauman marks the last collaboration with the photographer, who died on September 13, 2023, in New York.

Almost 170 photographs accompany the public on a journey through the recent history of the United States.




From 08/02 to 13/04/2024, every day.

On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, the Eva Vautier gallery invites 43 artists to participate in a retrospective collective exhibition on the decade of exhibitions, events, and projects of the gallery.

With Agathe Wiesner, Agnès Vitani, Aimée Fleury, Alain Biet, Alain Snyers, Alice Guittard, Anna Byskov, and many others.

Galerie Eva Vautier 2 rue Vernier Quartier Libération + 33 9 80 31 76 63


From 03/02 to 31/07/2024.
Closed on Monday and Sunday.

This exhibition is the first retrospective dedicated to Martine Doytier. It brings together all of her known works to date.

Martine Doytier was an artist in Nice from 1971 to 1984. Over thirteen years, she developed a captivating body of work.

Her keen eye and ability to portray characters and tell their stories have produced a corpus of works in constant evolution and led her to undertake what would be her last unfinished work: “Self-portrait,” a painting she worked on for five years that passionately describes her daily world.


From 10/02 to 10/03/2024, every day.

Step into our POP ART curiosity cabinet and enjoy an immersive experience with famous figures from cinema and pop culture!

On the different levels of NICETOILE, a carnival costume exhibition will be inaugurated, in line with the theme of pop culture.


From 27/01 to 30/06/2024 from 10 am to 5 pm except on May 1st.
Closed on Tuesday.

The Musée Hergé in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) joins the Alpes-Maritimes Department to present a double exhibition entitled Tintin, Hergé, and Chang.

The exhibition reveals the many facets of Tintin’s father through a superb selection of precious documents, original drawings, and objects, presented for the first time on the French Riviera.


From 24/11/2023 to 28/04/2024, every day.

The Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret,  Palais Lascaris, the Musée Masséna, and the Bibliothèque de Cessole present the exhibition Living for Art.

Trachel and Rothschild collections in Nice. The exhibition highlights the works generously donated to the city of Nice by these two great families. These donations, made between 1892 and 1912, include more than seventeen hundred works of various types: archaeological objects, drawings, watercolors, paintings, sculptures, prints, as well as furniture, ceramics, and fabrics. They form the core of Nice’s museum collections.

Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret 33 avenue des Baumettes


From 18/11/2023 to 17/03/2024 except on January 1st and December 25th.
Closed on Monday.

“A serious road accident left me disabled. To give meaning to my life, I decided to turn to nature photography.” Robert Forte

A native of Nice and a mountain lover, Robert Forte devotes his time to this passion, which immerses us in the wonderful world of wildlife. For him, it is an opportunity to have fun with the mountain peaks or with the colors of the sky, and to witness the behavior of animals in their natural environment.

Let’s take advantage of these magical observations and encounters!

Musée de la Photographie Charles Nègre (Galerie du Musée) 1 place Pierre Gautier


From 08/11/2023 to 22/09/2024, every day.

The Musée National du Sport presents Les Elles des Jeux, which shows the spectacular progress made over 130 years, from the almost exclusion of women to the struggle for equality.


In an immersive and interactive setting, the exhibition Les Elles des Jeux retraces over 130 years of our contemporary society through the stories of emblematic women with exemplary destinies. The exhibition is divided into 6 sections, both chronological and thematic. With “Elles ne sont pas les bienvenues,” the exhibition begins its journey through time with the first Olympic Games of the modern era.

Musée National du Sport Boulevard des Jardiniers – Stade Allianz Riviera CS 43 152


MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 10-12:30 and 1:30-6. Musée International d’Art Naïf Anatole Jakovsky Avenue de Fabron
Château Sainte-Hélène
+33 (0)4 93 71 78 33


Discover the best events to spend Easter 2024 in Antibes

The Calvaire Antibois

ASOA Run and Tri is organizing the eighth edition of the Calvaire Antibois on Sunday, March 31, 2024.

Participants will start from Salis Beach at 9:00 am for a 10 km route, along the waterfront, Cap d’Antibes, and notably the climb to Calvaire up to the Garoupe lighthouse.
A welcome coffee and refreshments will be provided to the runners upon arrival.
Open Fit will lead the collective warm-up.
Musical animations will accompany the route.
80 volunteers will ensure the course is secured and provide encouragement.
Massages will be offered by the Physio Consult physiotherapy team after the race.
A reflexology stand will be available for this 2024 edition. Don’t hesitate to discover the benefits of this therapy.

An awards ceremony by categories will take place at the end of the race, followed by a lottery with prizes for those still present with their bib numbers.

Practical information:
Online registration; Fee: €15; Ample free parking on-site; No changing rooms

Les Casemates de la Création

Female nudes, characters, and portraits by Thi Gomez (Casemate Comte):

Born in Nancy in 1975, Thi Gomez has been drawing since childhood. She became a certified English teacher in 1998 and then took stock of her skills at the age of 30.
She resumed her studies and graduated in graphic design and illustration from the MJM school in Nice in 2008. Here, she discovered life drawing classes. It was a revelation! She was fascinated by the aesthetics of the female body.
She became a graphic designer and illustrator. Over the years, her drawings evolved: female nudes, characters in motion, and comic-style portraits.
Her drawings are made on white paper with black ink or ballpoint pen.
Sometimes they are colored on the computer.
Today she presents her work to us.

From March 2nd to March 31st

Boulevard d’Aguillon 06600 ANTIBES

Marching Band Festival

Easter weekend is a real season opener for the city of Antibes Juan les Pins. The second edition of the Marching Band Festival with parades and concerts will take place over these three days.
In the program, 8 formations of 7 to 10 musicians each, in a walking version, parade through the streets of Antibes Juan les Pins. Easter weekend is a real season opener for the city of Antibes Juan les Pins.
The third edition of the Marching Band Festival with parades and concerts will take place over these three days from Saturday, March 30th to Monday, April 1st.
In the program, 7 formations of 7 to 14 musicians each, in a walking version, parade through the streets of Antibes Juan les Pins.
La Couleur des Mots (The Color of Words)

As part of Fémin’Arte 2024 and International Women’s Rights Day

As part of the Femin’Arte festival organized by the theater of the courthouse, discover Femin’Arte EXPO with this exhibition.
Around thirty artists take you into their imagination, inspired by quotes chosen from the literary, poetic, cinematographic, or songwriter universe.
Words kneaded, sculpted, doodled, brushed, for a poetic and colorful journey in plastic!
Casemates 18 boulevard d’Aguillon Face aux Arcades 06600 ANTIBES


In addition to its permanent exhibition with audio-guided tour, the Postcard Museum presents a temporary exhibition of antique postcards depicting the beginnings of aviation.

From 1900 to 1914, postcards tell the beginnings of aviation history. Especially in France, where pilots are both great sportsmen and adventurers.
Many cities will organize Meetings, Competitions, “Aviation Days” with numerous prizes, intended to reward the participants.
At each of these events, new altitude, speed, endurance, and distance records are set.

Photographers immortalize these feats, and many postcards praising the merits of aviators are published and sold.
For the general public who remain grounded, watching the first airplanes evolve in the skies fulfills the old dream of ICARUS.

Now man can fly!

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