Special guest unveiled: Travis Scott to headline Monaco Grand Prix closing party at Lilly’s Club

In an event that will be one of the weekend highlights, world-famous rapper Travis Scott is set to headline the official closing party of the Monaco Grand Prix at Lilly’s Club pop-up located at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo.

Lilly’s Club, synonymous with one of the most prestigious nightlife experiences during Monaco’s Grand Prix weekend, will feature a four-night residency from 23rd to 26th May. Travis Scott will headline the Monaco Grand Prix closing party on Sunday 26th. 

The club has a reputation for delivering exclusive performances, having previously hosted Scott’s first club performance in Paris during Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017.

“We have been fans of Travis’ work for over 10 years. We attended his first-ever show in Paris in 2015, and it’s an honour to have him back at Lilly’s to close out our third season in Monte-Carlo,” said Hugo Dutheil, Co-Founder of Lilly’s Club. 

Last year, Scott’s performance at Lilly’s Club was a sensation as he extended his stage presence and played unreleased tracks. 

“Everyone had an absolutely incredible time last year, and we are thrilled to produce a part two. It will be an electrifying way to close out the festivities,” said Adam Demarle, the club’s co-founder. 

See more: Podcast: Lilly’s Club Co-Founder Adam Demarle on how to throw a party during the Monaco Grand Prix

The Grand Prix weekend at Lilly’s Club will kick off on Thursday 23rd May with performances by The Martinez Brothers. It will be followed by headliners Rampa from Keinemusik on Friday 24th May, and Peggy Gou on Saturday 25th May.

See more: Race to the rhythm: A guide to the best Grand Prix parties in Monaco

For more information on Lilly’s Club and bookings, click here: Lilly’s Club Monte Carlo (lillysclub.com).

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