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The Harley Davidson Club of Monaco is celebrating its 25th anniversary in style. A special event on August 19 will take place on the North Darse of Port Hercules, under the High Patronage of Prince Albert.
Created under the good offices of the Automobile Club of Monaco, and under the presidency of Michel Ferry, now President of Honour, the Harley Davidson Club Monaco is the only one in the world to have obtained authorisation to bear the name of the iconic motorcycle brand. The Monaco Club was granted this unique distinction by Willie G Davidson, President of Harley Davidson and grandson of the founder of the brand.
The Harley Davidson Club of Monaco, sponsored by Princess Stephanie, brings together 80 Monegasque male and female members – residents, staff of the various administrative and governmental entities, liberal professions and students – who are passionate about the Harley Davidson world and owning a motorcycle.
This passion contributes to the participation of moments of sharing for the benefit of other associations such as the Telethon or Fight Aids Monaco.
As an integral part of local life, the association, which proudly displays the colours of the Principality, is also involved in the promotion of numerous events alongside AS Monaco, the Monte Carlo Group and the Monaco Town Hall.
The exceptional party on August 19 will start at 10 am, and there’ll be a series of concerts with local and well-known groups, booths selling products associated with Harley Davidson, several food and beverage outlets, and an exceptional security device allowing everyone to enjoy the festivities in peace and serenity.
Rockbox and Sofaï will provide musical entertainment for the evening, while Miss Dey & The Residents will offer a total immersion into Rockabilly world of the 1950s with a 100 percent female repertoire, from Janis Martin to Wanda Jackson, from Ella Mae Morse to Laura Lee Perkins, from Brenda Lee to Patsy Cline. (Homepage image: Facebook Harley Davidson Club of Monaco)
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