Beatles
Forever

Théâtre de Carouge - Switzerland
SOLD OUT

Your concert

To conclude this crazy day, all of the artists from the Crazy Marathon will unite together on stage to perform a dialogue between the famous songs from the Beatles and music from all over the world.

Passes and tickets

By purchasing a pass for the Crazy Marathon, you benefit from a 20% discount on ticket prices.

  • Pass 3 concerts (2pm - 6pm):

    2pm - Africa 
    3:30pm - Tribute to Radiohead
    5pm - Dreams of Kabul

  • Pass 3 concerts (7:30pm - 11:30pm):

    7:30pm - Funky Stevie Wonder
    9pm - Flamenco Fiesta!
    10:30pm - Beatles Forever

  • Pass 6 concerts (2pm - 11pm) :

    2pm - Africa 
    3:30pm - Tribute to Radiohead
    5pm - Dreams of Kabul
    7:30pm - Funky Stevie Wonder
    9pm - Flamenco Fiesta!
    10:30pm - Beatles Forever

    Discover all the Crazy Marathon CONCERTS

From Monday March 4, 2024, single tickets (for each of the Crazy Concerts) will go on sale.

Access and practical information

Concert Hall:
Théâtre de Carouge
37 A, rue Ancienne, 1227 Carouge

People with reduced mobility:
Théâtre de Carouge is wheelchair accessible.

To ensure that your visit is as comfortable as possible, please inform us of your arrival by email at billetterie [at] genevacamerata.com (billetterie[at]genevacamerata[dot]com) or by telephone on +41 22 310 05 45.

Access by public transport :
Ancienne stop
Trams: 12, 18

Carouge-Marché stop
Bus: 11, 21
Trams: 12, 18

Carouge-Rondeau stop
Bus: 41, 42, 44, 45
Trams: 12, 18

Carouge-Tours stop
Bus: 11, 21, 23, 41, 44, 45

Car access:
Theater parking : Parking entrance : Rue Joseph-Girard 15, 1227 Carouge

Please use environmentally-friendly means of transport.

A decade ago, GECA created the Crazy Concerts in Geneva, a series of performances based on a novel concept: to offer unique musical experiences that fuses cultures, languages and styles that had never met before. As part of the orchestra's anniversary, GECA will present a "marathon" during which the most outstanding Crazy Concerts of the last ten years will be performed in the space of a single day.