The world-famous singer and author of outstanding songs such as "Dancing on the Ceiling;" "Say You, Say Me;" "Hello;" "Three Times a Lady;" "Easy" and of course, "All Night Long" will live up to his promises in a unique show that has been recognized for its quality by international critics.
The Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival 2015 (Printemps des Arts) will be held over five weekends from March 20 through April 12. One of the year’s most exciting cultural events, Monaco’s annual Spring Arts Festival, brings talented artists from around the globe to entertain guests with art, music, theatre and dance at venues throughout the Principality.
To celebrate the 20 years of the creation of its event dedicated to new and renewable energies, the Organising Committee of Automobile Club de Monaco have prepared, for this special occasion, a 100% brand new route. Exceptional circumstances deserve an exceptional organisation…
The Monaco Government Tourist Office Office Launches the 2015 Season of Monthly Webinars For Travel Agents
The Principality of Monaco, one of the world’s most celebrated luxury destinations, continues to delight visitors with its unique charm, culture, cuisine and legendary hospitality. In recognition of the importance of travel agents in helping to attract visitors to this story-book land, the Monaco Government Tourist Office (MGTO) in New York is launching its fourth season of very successful webinars.
The 18th Monte-Carlo Historic Rally will take place from 28 January to 4 February 2015
Academy-Award winner Marion Cotillard will star as the famous "Maid of Orleans" on stage at the Rainier III Auditorium in Monaco on Sunday February 8, 2015.
Woody Allen & Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band are back in Monte-Carlo for some exceptional dates. For over 35 years, Woody Allen and his New Orleans Jazz Band, led by Eddy Davis, delight the audience with a repertoire influenced by the music of New Orleans. The Jazz Band found inspiration in the music Woody Allen has loved since his childhood, performed by artists such as Sidney Bechet, George Lewis, Johnny Dodds, Jimmie Noone, and Louis Armstrong. Their repertoire consists of 1200 compositions drawn from popular tunes from the beginning of the 20th century, the spirituals, blues or rags.