Who’s playing at the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival this August?

Monte-Carlo Summer Festiva

The second leg of the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival has a very eclectic and international line-up. Here are the dates and names you need to know about. 

Mika is kicking off the second half of Société des Bains de Mer’s Monte-Carlo  Summer Festival on Friday 4th August. Vibrant, joyful and more than a little eccentric, the pop star, musician and songwriter will be playing to a crowd at the Salle des Étoiles from 10.30pm, but the dinner portion of the night starts at 8pm. Tickets are still available and cost €360 per person.  

Next up on Tuesday 8th August is magnetic Italian star Eros Ramazzotti, who is stopping off for a special performance in Monaco’s Salle des Étoiles as part of his Battito Infinito World Tour. This is another dinner show, with doors opening at 8pm. Ramazzotti regularly sells out his European shows so book your tickets now – seats cost €400 per person – if you want a chance to see the icon on stage.  

Then on Saturday 12th August is Nile Rodgers & CHIC, also at the Salle des Étoiles with the same times as above. The composer, producer and prodigious guitarist has sold 500 million albums and 75 million singles worldwide, so it’ll be a real treat to experience the talent of this award-winning artist in such an intimate setting. Tickets to see the legendary Nile Rodgers are still available for €360.  

And wrapping up this year’s Monte-Carlo Summer Festival is Turkey’s “megastar” of Tarkan on Saturday 19th August. He’ll also be performing at the Salle des Étoiles, the night starting at 8pm, and tickets cost €460.  

For more high tempo action at the Salle des Étoiles, be sure to check out our article on the much-awaited debut of Flavio Briatore’s Billionaire.  

Everything you need to know about Billionaire’s opening night next Monday


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Photo credit: David Bastianoni / Monte-Carlo SBM