Pubblicato il 31 May 2024 da Redazione in Events, Monaco

Weekend Events on June 1 and 2, 2024 in Monaco

What to do this weekend in Monte Carlo? Here are the events for the weekend in the Principality of Monaco
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Concert – “The Zenmenn”

Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 9 PM, La Note Bleue


La Note Bleue Summer Festival – The Zenmenn plunge into a mystic world of shimmering harps and languid guitars. Their luscious sounds, synth-laden grooves, and melodic experiments take you on a Balearic journey. The Zenmenn paint with a palette of many colors, drawing inspiration from music all over the world and transcribing it into their own sun-kissed and vibrant compositions.


Concert – “KO KO MO”

Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 8:30 PM at Espace Léo Ferré

KO KO MO is an explosive musical duo, two stage animals: Warren (guitar-vocals) and Kevin ‘K20’ (drums – backing vocals). The two have a true zest for life. Still following in the footsteps of their heroes from the ’70s, they delicately surpass their influences to offer us classic rock with an undeniably contemporary vintage touch.


Show – “Pablo Mira”

Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 8 PM, Grimaldi Forum Monaco

Family, sexuality, new technologies… In his new show, Pablo Mira analyzes how our society has changed over the past thirty years. While abandoning his caricature of a reactionary editorial writer, he retains his wit and satirical tone. This is the tormentor’s second one-man show, following the hilarious “Pablo Mira dit des choses contre de l’argent,” which debuted in 2017 and sold out.

Sports – “International Swimming Meeting”

Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2, 2024, at Piscine Olympique Albert II, Stade Louis II

41st Monte-Carlo International Swimming Meeting, organized by the Monegasque Swimming Federation.

Theater – “Ce qui reste d’un amour”

Saturday, June 1, at 8 PM, and Sunday, June 2, at 4:30 PM, Théâtre des Muses

Hugo is a musician, a charmer, and a born free spirit. Alice is an actress, an idealist, and a born romantic. Exactly one year after their sudden breakup, Alice shows up at Hugo’s home in the middle of the night. What remains of their love, the one she thought would last forever?

The former lovers do their best to hide their true feelings. They lie, obfuscate, and procrastinate… Then, exactly one year after that night, another visitor. This time, it’s Hugo knocking on Alice’s door… “Ce qui reste d’un amour” (“What remains of love”) is a play about the power, mystery, and contradictions of love.

Environment – “Monaco Zero Cigarette Butts”

Various “MégotBox” (stations for collecting and recycling cigarette butts) are placed in front of certain municipal sites: the Monaco Town Hall, the Higher School of Plastic Arts – Pavilion Bosio, the Rainier III Academy, the José Notari Video Library-Phonotheque, the Louis Notari Library, the Rainier III Nautical Stadium, the Espace Léo Ferré, the Condamine Market, the Monte-Carlo Market. This initiative aims to protect the environment.

Festival des Etoilés Monte-Carlo – “Marcel Ravin & David Toutain”

From Saturday, May 11, to Saturday, June 22, 2024, Blue Bay Marcel Ravin Festival des Etoilés Monte-Carlo 2024 –

For this fourth edition of the festival, Marcel Ravin will join two-star Michelin chef David Toutain, Chef and owner of the David Toutain restaurant in Paris. The pair share a great love for nature and a passion for authenticity, as well as a keen interest in high-quality, sustainably sourced food. Those lucky enough to secure a table at Blue Bay Marcel Ravin will enjoy a creative culinary experience, courtesy of two master chefs.

Exhibition – “The Ice Giants”

From Wednesday, April 10, to Sunday, October 6, 2024, at the Musée Océanographique of Monaco, polar bears and emperor penguins are the main stars of “The Ice Giants,” a new exhibition by Michel Bassompierre. Seven monumental works will be installed in the Oceanographic Museum and on its panoramic terrace. Five of them will be new creations: four polar bears and a three-meter-tall emperor penguin. Original drawings and sketches will also be displayed, accompanied by a film showcasing the artist’s work. This temporary exhibition is part of the Polar Mission organized by the Oceanographic Institute since 2022.

Exhibition – “Lascaux à Monaco”

From Friday, April 19, to Thursday, November 21, 2024, at the Musée d’Anthropologie Préhistorique, an original scenography organized around facsimiles and an immersive Virtual Reality experience thanks to the #SPL LASCAUX, exclusive thanks to the Museum’s Partners. Original objects from the Lascaux cave are exhibited on loan from the National Museum of Prehistory (Les Eyzies, Dordogne) and the Institute of Human Paleontology (Paris) and also… Hyper-realistic reconstructions of 5 Cro-Magnons created by Elisabeth Daynes, a 1/10 scale model of the Lascaux cave with prehistoric paintings and lighting, and interactive tables and low-tech manipulatives.

Event – “150th Anniversary of the Hôtel de Paris Wine Cellars”

From Monday, April 1, to Thursday, October 31, 2024, Monte-Carlo SBM Resort

This year, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer celebrates the 150th anniversary of the famous Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo Wine Cellars! Opened in 1874, they are a monument to the company’s long and illustrious history, in which they have often played an important role. These hidden gems beneath the very foundations of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo are the epitome of refinement and exclusivity. To commemorate the occasion, the world’s largest hotel cellars will open their doors for a unique celebration, with fascinating tours, exclusive dinners, exceptional tasting sessions, and much more. Discover one of Monaco’s most precious hidden treasures and enjoy the celebrations!

Exhibition – ‘The Early Years of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974’

From Monday, March 25, 2024, to Friday, January 31, 2025, from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM (5:00 PM on Fridays), at the Institut Audiovisuel de Monaco

The Cabinet of Wonders – ‘The Early Years of Télé Monte-Carlo, 1954-1974’ – An exhibition that explores the first 20 years of Monaco’s television channel launched in 1954. A selection of archives and objects will take you back in time to the very early days of color television. Organized by the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco, the exhibition features objects entrusted by Télé Monte-Carlo for preservation, documents from partner institutions, and materials kindly lent by private individuals.

Exhibition – “Pasolini in Chiaroscuro”

From Friday, March 29, to Sunday, September 29, 2024, at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Sauber

The new exhibition at Villa Sauber pays tribute to Pier Paolo Pasolini, perhaps the last European intellectual to achieve worldwide fame. Fifty years after his death, his influence is still felt in the various fields in which he worked: he is read, commented on, adapted, and inspires contemporary creative artists. Although he preferred to call himself a writer, it was his films that brought him public attention. The exhibition explores his inspirations and his legacy.

Exhibition – “The Image Beyond The Pixel”

From Friday, March 15, to Saturday, June 1, 2024, at the Médiathèque de Monaco – Bibliothèque Louis Notari

For this third “Renc’art” event during Video Game Month, the Library pays tribute to the work of Jean Jacques Calbayrac, aka Game Boy Cameraman, with a collection of his photographs from the archives, giving visitors the opportunity to see his series on Monaco, the city of his birth.

Exhibition – “The Prince and the Mediterranean”

From December 6, 2023, Musée Océanographique de Monaco

On the occasion of the centenary celebrations of Prince Rainier III (1923-2023), the Oceanographic Museum presents a new permanent exhibition entitled “The Prince and the Mediterranean.” Through this exhibition, the Oceanographic Institute pays tribute to the unwavering bond that united Prince Rainier III with the Ocean, and in particular with the Mediterranean. Visitors are invited to board his boat Deo Juvante II. Guided by the voice of H.S.H. Princess Stéphanie, they will move through four exploratory and intimate spaces, discovering one by one the different facets of this Prince passionate about the Mare Nostrum.

Exhibition – “Polar Mission”

From Saturday, June 4, 2022, to Tuesday, December 31, 2024, Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.

Experience an interactive and immersive adventure! Step into the shoes of a reporter and embark on a mission to the heart of the polar worlds! Five thematic areas, spread over two levels, punctuate this new tour.

From discovering the poles to the wildlife they host, including the people who inhabit and explore them.

Objects and documents, digital content, and immersive devices combine and complement each other for a 360° experience. The great journey can begin!

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