Brought to you by: Monaco Life
Sporting Monte-Carlo is back for the summer season with a calendar of dinner shows at Coya restaurant and legendary nights at Jimmy’z nightclub.
This summer, it’s all happening at Sporting Monte-Carlo.
New for 2022, Coya Restaurant is now putting on “the ultimate dinner show” combining the flavours of Peru with live performances and Latin-inspired DJ sets. Located in the indoor dining room, guests arrive at 8pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for a spectacle transporting them to South America where the fiesta is always in full swing.
Highlights of the menu include Pisco cocktails, Wagyu empanadas, Chilean sea bass and tuna tostadas with Oscietra caviar.
Coya will also be the setting for Noche Blanca on 21st June, where partygoers are asked to dress all in white, and two Rituals nights on 19th July and 9th August, when guests will have the chance to be “spellbound” by a Peruvian tribal ritual. Dancing and cocktails add to the party vibe as well as the techno sounds from the DJ.
Pisco Bar is back as well, offering a selection of drinks and street food from 7pm to 2am.
Summer 2022 also sees the return of party nights at Jimmy’z, with the hottest electro DJs coming to play. This season will be dedicated to the memory of Regine, the lady behind this iconic institution, who passed away earlier this year.
Some of the hottest names in electronic dance music have hit the club’s turntables, including Robin Schulz, Michael Calfan, Lost Frequencies, Martin Solveig, Bob Sinclar, Mark Ronson, FatBoy Slim, Big Ali and Benny Benassi.
Top photo source: Monte-Carlo SBM
Often considered mutually exclusive elements, AS Monaco are the embodiment of the utopian idea that sales and success can go hand-in-hand.
With people from over 20 countries making up 35 teams competing in three different classes, the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is taking the ideas of today to create a sustainable boating culture for tomorrow.
The Monte-Carlo Opera and the Prince’s Musicians are heading to Vienna after being invited for the first time to be part of the Rossini Mania Festival at the Vienna State Opera House.
The Ligue 1 calendar for the 2022/23 season has been and Monaco Life takes a look at the stand-out fixtures, including a congested August schedule, which will include Champions League play-off matches.