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Start of the Summer Season at the Blue Gin Monaco

Start of the Summer Season at the Blue Gin Monaco
Start of the Summer Season at the Blue Gin Monaco / Photo via VisitMonaco.com

The bar at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, the Blue Gin, is launching its summer season on 30 March from 6 p.m.

The Blue Gin Monaco will inaugurate its new season on Thursday 30 March 2017 by celebrating the success of its second album, “Reset,” by the duo formed by resident DJ Nicolas Saad and Niçois DJ Mr Luke.

From 1 April until the end of September, the Blue Gin is offering an eclectic weekly program.

On Wednesday evenings, DJ La Luna will be in charge of the Royal House evenings, a retrospective of House music since the 90s.

On Tuesdays, from May onwards, there will be Barrio Latino evenings on the theme of Latin American music and food.

On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Nicolas Saad will be at the turntables, accompanied each week by guests or performers. One Thursday per month, he will be assisted by Mr Luke at a special Funk and Disco evening. You will find them there on Thursday 13 April for the opening of the terrace.

Further Information:
Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

Originally published at VisitMonaco.com


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