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What events to see at the Grimaldi Forum this autumn?

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After hosting the Giacometti exhibition over the summer, the Grimaldi Forum is preparing to offer a memorable end to the year.


From 9 September, start the the new season with music with the return of jazz, hip-hop and house, all in one group, the Lehmanns Brothers. Alternatively, you might prefer Julien Clerc and his new album “Terrien”, on 11 September.

From 16 to 18 September, the AMWC – Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress, the first conference in the field of aesthetic and anti-aging medicine, will be held. Then, packaging and design are in the spotlight at Luxe Pack Monaco, from 27 to 29 September.

To warm up this autumn, what better than a bit of sport with the Sportel show from 5 to 7 October. Or spend some time with Will Barber at his blues, country and rock concert on 7 October.

From 13 to 16 October, current and future cybersecurity issues will be the focus of the “Les Assises” exhibition.

Music, humour and youth at the end of the year

October continues with the appearance of a world-renowned pianist on the 21st. Lang Lang will harmonise your ears with variations by Goldberg and Bach.

From 26 to 28 October, business and networking will be showcased by experts for experts during the one to one retail e-commerce Monaco.

Then, from 10 to 13 November, comes “Les S├ęr├ęnissimes de l’Humour”. You’ll have plenty to laugh about with Patrick Bosso, Hassan de Monaco and Elie Semoun.

The electro world style welcomes you 11 November with the band O’sisters. Back to sport, but with prevention at the 6th IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport, 25-27 November.

On 4 December, if you are short of music, Benjamin Biolay will ease your pain with his album “Grand Prix”, which has already gone gold. Finally, children will be in the spotlight on 8 December with “Pat’ Patrouille – le spectacle!” Something to delight the youngest, but especially the parents…

Find all the events on the Grimaldi Forum website.