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The Municipality is promoting the summer solstice Music Festival on June 21 on Port Hercules. Admission will be free to the concert featuring Naâman, who is descirbed as “the reggae revelation of recent years.”
His third album, Beyond, released in autumn 2017, goes further in Naâman’s musical aspirations. He immerses himself in Soul, borrows from Latin music, and takes up Caribbean rhythms. “This eclecticism allows him to share more his philosophy of life,” the organisers say.
The mid-summer Music Festival makes the most of the light evenings and starts at 9 pm.
Later in the year, the mairie will welcome Bernard Lavilliers on October 11 and on December 1, Ary Abittan. Tickets are still available, at €37 and €34, respectively.
Hermitage Fine Art is hosting two days of public auctions this week featuring Russian art, objects of vertu, manuscripts, rare books and photographs.
Stars’n’Bars has won the Energy Globe Award for its 2019 social media campaign to reduce ocean pollution created by discarded cigarette butts.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc finished runner-up in Austria for the second year running on Sunday but the Monegasque champion says it still felt like a win.
A refrigerated Renault Kangoo was recently acquired by the Monaco City Council thanks to the generosity of the Rotary Club.