The Monaco’s National Day

The 19th of November is “Day of the Sovereign Prince” in several nations. Since 1857, this event has been celebrated annually without fail, and there is no reason to assume that this year would be any different. In preparation for this joyous occasion, the Monaco Town Hall has organized a schedule of free programs that are appropriate for people of all ages, including adults. More than that, the Town Hall has made sure that everything is safe for kids. Our latest Monaco magazine offers the following suggestions.

Over the castle in Monte-Carlo, an amazing drone show is now taking place.

Two hundred illuminated drones will fly above the Principality of Monaco on Friday, November 18 at around 8:00 p.m. MC-Clic will put on a 12-minute show with ambient music playing in the backdrop over the Prince’s Palace.

Those of a younger generation may catch beatboxing shows in Monte Carlo.

At three o’clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, November 9 at the Espace Léo Ferré, kids as young as five are invited to watch the film Oggy and the Cockroaches. The movie will be screened for the public. Two of the top beatboxers in the world, Loopstation SARO and Alexinho, will be in charge of creating a new score for an animated film. They’ll take you into the fantastical world of Oggy, a blue anthropomorphic cat with a red nose and three cockroaches who never seem to leave him alone. As you explore Oggy’s world, they’ll be there to help. Funny stories, tunes, and weird noises from tour guides await you on this adventure.

Musical comedy set in Monte Carlo that’s certain to make you chortle.

The drone demonstration will be followed by a performance by Les Franglaises in Espace Léo Ferré at 21:00 on the same day. The performance will be a spiritual musical comedy with some of the finest songs written in English sung in French.

In Monte-Carlo, an event was conducted that featured cello and violin performances.

Concert by Camille Berthollet and her sister Julie Berthollet on November 19 at 8:00 p.m. will close out National Holiday celebrations. The event will include them reimagining, “the enthralling universe of yesterday’s and today’s shows via the most stunning musical themes,” on violin and cello.

It is necessary to submit an application in order to be considered for an invitation to events held in the Espace Léo Ferré. Only with proper identity, a state-issued residency card, or a family book for minors living in the state can tickets be issued.

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