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MICS 2019 at the Grimaldi Forum

MICS 2019 at the Grimaldi Forum

By Cassandra Tanti - October 28, 2019

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the MICS, a nightlife trade show which is set to take place in just over a week.

The Monaco International Clubbing Show (MICS) was established in 2010 to bring together CHRD industry professionals (Cafés, Hotels, Restaurants, Nightclubs) in a privileged setting: the Principality of Monaco.

This, the 10th edition will take place on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th November at the Grimaldi Forum. More than 100 service providers and suppliers in the hospitality sector will come together to showcase intelligent furniture, prestigious alcohol brands, avant-garde technical effects, optimised management systems, interactive master classes, a food court and entertainment providers.

Each year, the event is attended by thousands of French and international decision-makers, who are looking for new innovations.

On the opening night, MICS will host the 7th NRJ DJ Awards ceremony followed by an evening headlined by international DJ David Guetta.

 

 

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