Become an Artist or Concert Sponsor

How to Become an Artist or Concert Sponsor

Individuals and Businesses have the unique opportunity to sponsor an Artist or Concert at Caroga Lake Music Festival. Sponsorships will be recognized from the stage, in the concert program, and on the event site.

For Individuals

Caroga Arts Collective is dedicated to increasing accessibility to the arts, cultivating creative and interactive experiences and showcasing top professional artists from the U.S. and abroad. Caroga Arts relies on your generous gifts to continue presenting a variety of accessible world-class performances and events to the community.

Caroga Arts offers individuals the opportunity to become an Artist or Concert sponsor at the following levels:
*Opportunity to Present a CLMF Concert

$7,000 – $9,999 NAVIGATOR LEVEL
*Opportunity to Sponsor a CLMF Concert

$3,000 – $6,999 EXPLORER LEVEL
*Opportunity to Sponsor an Artist

Learn more about Donation Levels


Corporate Sponsorships

Caroga Arts Collective’s corporate sponsorships offer tremendous visibility, promotion and access. Corporate gifts and sponsorships play a major role in supporting the programs of Caroga Arts Collective while offering exclusive partnerships and various benefits for your business and organization.

Among other benefits, Caroga Arts offers businesses the opportunity to sponsor an Artist or Concert at the following levels:

*Opportunity to Present a Concert

*Opportunity to Sponsor a Concert

*Opportunity to Sponsor an Artist

Learn more about Corporate Sponsorships

Caroga Arts welcomes NBT Bank as a new sponsor

Become a sponsor today and join NBT Bank in supporting the future of Caroga Arts Collective!


CLMF Artists: Where are they today?

Portugese singer-songwriter MARO (CLMF 2018) joined forces with musical phenomenon and Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier and is currently on tour in Europe and the U.S. See if they’re performing near you!

Violinist Zenas Hsu (CLMF 2016, 2017) became a member of the Grammy-nominated chamber orchestra, A Far Cry, based in Boston. He also recently performed as guest concertmaster for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Congratulations Zenas on your achievements!14