Salle des Etoiles: Shows in the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo



A magical venue, iconic artists, and eclectic line-up: the Salle des Etoiles is a venue for major events that plays a central role in life in the Principality, hosting the legendary Rose Ball, the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival and the Monaco Red Cross Ball. Curtain up!


A star-studded past and a journey through all musical genres

Charles Aznavour, Frank Sinatra, Joe Cocker, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Shirley Bassey, Tina Turner, Elton John… Since it was inaugurated by Josephine Baker in 1974, a plethora of international stars have taken to the stage at the iconic Salle des Etoiles, much to the delight of an eternally loyal audience. Music fans from everyday listeners to seasoned experts flock here to discover and rediscover leading names in music. The Salle des Etoiles showcases musical genres of all kinds, from French chanson to rock via blues, soul, jazz and electro. Each and every concert is an unmissable event in itself. The Sporting Monte-Carlo’s concert hall has become a highly sought-after venue by many of the world’s greatest artists and the definitive place to be on the music scene.


A unique setting for truly remarkable performers

Spread across 1,000 m², the Salle des Etoiles is one of Europe’s most fascinating venues. The setting here is simply unique. Through its large bay windows, this venue dedicated to the most breathtaking of performances offers incredible views. Its roof can be opened up to allow the stars on stage to perform under the stars. For an enchanting night out featuring dinner and a show or a concert, the Salle des Etoiles is ideally located in the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo. This iconic location can also be hired as a private gala venue, accompanied by a catering service for an elegant finishing touch to your dinner and show events. The Sporting Monte-Carlo is the perfect embodiment of all the magic and fantasy that awaits in the Principality of Monaco.


The Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival

In the summer, stars flock to the most famous peninsula on the Côte d’Azur. Over the last few years, it has hosted Céline Dion, Mariah Carey, Lionel Richie, Robbie Williams, Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, The Who, Alice Cooper, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Mika, Bill WymanPharrell Williams, Johnny Hallyday, Eric Clapton, Jamie Cullum, and many more on its stages. The 45-day line-up features a dizzying list of names and gigs. Over the years, the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival has established itself as one of the world’s leading pop-rock festivals. Its stands out from the competition through the intimate and magical feel that so perfectly reflects the spirit of Monte-Carlo itself and the enchanted atmosphere of the Salle des Etoiles.



Visit the Monte-Carlo Live site to find out more about the Salle des Etoiles.