See & Be Seen – Must Attend Events for 2019
November 8, 2018
Save the date to attend these exclusive upcoming events around the world.
Cannes Film Festival
The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès
May 14 – May 25
For more than seven decades, the Cannes Film Festival has been known to premier and award some of the greatest films of all time along with launching the careers of many prominent filmmakers from around the world. Drawing producers, composers, A-list stars and more, this glamorous red-carpet affair is replete with screenings, meetings, tributes as well as several exclusive events that run parallel, including the Directors’ Fortnight and Marché du Film.
Monaco Grand Prix
Circuit de Monaco
Monte Carlo, Monaco
May 23 – May 26
The Monaco Grand Prix is considered by many to be the most challenging of circuits in the Formula 1 World Championship™ and is one of the most anticipated automobile races in the world. Adored by fans and feared by drivers, the Monégasque track is merciless with the chance of even the slightest of errors ending in fatality. Spectators can also attend a variety of exclusive pre- and post-race parties with opportunities to meet some of the most legendary F1 drivers, past and present.
All England Lawn Tennis Club
July 1 – July 14
Celebrated as the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, the Wimbledon Championships tournament is steeped in history and distinction, renowned for honoring several long-standing traditions since its inception in 1877. Along with its strict all-white dress code for competitors and the quintessential eating of strawberries and crème, it is the only ‘Grand Slam’ tournaments that is still played on natural grass and watched live by the British Royal Family.
Fête des Vignerons (Winemakers Festival)
Place du Marché
July 20 - August 11
Held only once in a generation, or every 21 years, is Switzerland’s largest and oldest wine festival. Established in the 17th century by local winemakers, it has since been recognized by UNESCO as it was inscribed on its ‘intangible heritage’ list. The extravagant event is hosted in a giant outdoor theatre, attracting several hundred thousand guests to celebrate all things grape-related with a variety of musicians, dancers, floats and a parade.
Miami Beach Convention Center
December 5 – December 8
More than 250 of the world’s leading galleries come together to participate in this international contemporary art festival; from the masters of modern and contemporary art to the newest generation of emerging stars. A vast collection of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and films draw over 70,000 guests each year; offering an exciting and inspiring week for artists, collectors, curators and critics. The esteemed art fair is also renowned for its events, including artists workshops, lavish parties and live music performances.