Monaco Grand Prix: A complete guide to the 2024 Fan Zone

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Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Monaco Grand Prix Live Fan Zone, from when to see your favourite Formula 1 drivers on stage, including the Principality’s own Charles Leclerc, to the huge array of free activities laid on by the Red Bull team. 

Every day from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th May, the MGP Live Fan Zone in Monaco’s Place d’Armes will be open for the public to enjoy for free from 9am until 9pm.  

A whole host of F1-related activities will be set up in the square, such as Red Bull E-Sport simulators, a Red Bull Pit Stop Challenge and Batak reaction tests, and the Red Bull E-Sport stand will be handing out tonnes of exciting prizes to lucky visitors.  

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On Friday evening, a live DJ is lined up to entertain the crowds ahead of two big concert events on Saturday and Sunday following the last racing sessions.

Q&A with Max Verstappen 

One of the big highlights of the programme is an appearance by the indomitable Max Verstappen of Red Bull on the Thursday. The three-time World Champion and two-time winner of the Monaco Grand Prix will be participating in simulator sessions and a Pit Stop Challenge ahead of a special Q&A with fans.  

The following day, the drivers of teams including Visa Cash App RB, Alpine, McLaren, Williams, Aston Martin and KICK Sauber will be taking to the stage.

On Saturday, the Fan Zone will host Red Bull’s Verstappen and Sergio Pérez, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, as well as the Haas drivers. 

Given the local context for the Leclerc family, F2’s Arthur Leclerc, the younger brother of F1’s Charles Leclerc, is also rumoured to be making an appearance just before 12pm on the Saturday.  

Meanwhile, interviews with former F1 drivers Mika Häkkinen, who won the Monaco Grand Prix in 1998, and Damon Hill have been confirmed for Saturday afternoon. 

What makes the MGP Live Fan Zone particularly special is that it gives families and fans who have been unable to get a grandstand ticket a chance to enjoy the racing and soak up the unique atmosphere of this iconic race for free. The practice sessions, qualifying sessions and the main races will all be shown live on a giant screen free of charge.  

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For the full MGP Live Fan Zone schedule, click here.  

For a taste of what to expect, check out this video from last year’s MGP Live Fan Zone:


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