Monday 23

Event for all jazz lovers – Ibrahim Maalouf

The most popular instrumentalist on the French music scene, recognized around the world for more than 15 years. Composer and producer of more than 19 albums, the trumpeter, who has won many awards, will offer “some melodies” from the album he composed in 2020, on the occasion of his fortieth birthday, entitled “40 melodies”. Ibrahim Maalouf and his faithful travelling companion, guitarist François Delporte, will revisit several of these forty pieces with only accompaniments: a guitar and a trumpet. A concert not to be missed at Espace Léo Ferré on Monday, May 23 at 20:30.

Discover more at Mairie de Monaco website.

Tickets priced at 40 euros available from the venue and usual outlets.

More info at +377) 93 10 12 10

Saturday 28

Exclusive VIP Live Grand Prix view with gourmet breakfast & lunch plus fashion show gala dinner

At Pacific Monte Carlo with live view of Casino descent. Tickets available for Saturday from 10:00-18:00, Saturday evening gala from 20:00 includes dinner and fashion show showcasing the Monaco brand Maison Noir and Sunday race view from 10:00 till 18:00.

More info and reservations at website.

Thursday 26 until Sunday 29

Monaco Swim Week

The Principality is going to get much hotter this month, as the first ever edition of Monaco Swim Week will launch with a splash, bringing world renowned supermodels and the latest designs in swimwear together in the heart of Monaco.

Monaco Swim Week will run during the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix from Thursday, May 26 until Sunday, May 29, with the first event of the week being the Swim Week Gala Fashion Show on the panoramic terrace of the Fairmont Monte-Carlo, featuring top swimwear brands on top models.

Sunday 29

2022 Monaco Grand Prix

Formula 1 will return to the Principality for the hotly-anticipated 2022 Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday, May 29. The race will begin at 15:00, and will be preceded by practice on Friday, May 27 and qualifying on Saturday, May 28.


‘Prince in Motion’ exhibition at the Monaco Monte-Carlo train station

The exhibition of previously unpublished photographs of Prince Albert I is dedicated to the history of mobility during his reign. The free exhibition is easily accessible from the Saint Devote Monaco Monte Carlo train station entrance and is on display until August 31.

Featured image: Ibrahim Maalouf