Caroga Arts Collective presents a comedy and music block party, curated by seasonal resident and Saturday Night Live alum, Alex Moffat. Special guests include The Sea The Sea, Erin Harkes Band and fellow nationally-known comedians/actors.

Sunday, June 4th @ 3pm, doors open at 1pm • Sherman’s Park, Caroga Lake, NY

A Seasonal resident of the Adirondacks, Alex was a breakout performer on SNL succeeding Jim Carrey as Joe Biden on the show. He is best known for his impersonations of Eric Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Anderson Cooper, Joe Scarborough amongst others, as well as his original recurring Weekend Update character Guy Who Just Bought A Boat.

His most recent films include SUSIE SEARCHES, which premiered at the 2022 TIFF on September 9th, and the holiday comedy, CHRISTMAS WITH THE CAMPBELLS, opposite of Britany Snow and Justin Long, that just released in Canada on October 1st. He can next be seen on Apple’s BAD MONKEY series, an adaptation of Carl Hiaasen’s novel where he’ll star with Vince Vaughn. Moffat is currently filming the second season of the award-winning FX series THE BEAR, opposite Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Ayo Edebiri. He will also be making his Broadway debut with THE COTTAGE, directed by Jason Alexander. Over the 2020 holiday season, Alex appeared in the Netflix feature, HOLIDATE, directed by John Whitesell and starring Emma Roberts. He also worked on the Paramount feature CLIFFORD, the live action hybrid based on the best-selling book series and directed by Walt Becker. Alex can be seen playing opposite Britany Snow in the breakout romantic comedy SOMEONE GREAT. He has also been receiving great praise for his performance in THE OPENING ACT, produced by Peter Billingsley. Aside from SNL, he can be seen on TV in Showtime’s series BILLIONS and is the voice behind JIMMY in Disney’s sequel WRECK-IT RALPH 2. Spending the earlier years of his career in Chicago, he was a regular performer at iO and The Annoyance Theatre as well as an official acro-dunker for the renowned Chicago Bulls. He played in the Celebrity All-Star game in February 2020.

This event will feature great music, access to food/beverage vendors and unlimited carousel rides. All ages are welcome with general admission tickets available at or at the door ages 18 and up. Students 17 and under can attend free of charge.


The mission of Caroga Arts Collective is to reimagine the Caroga experience through the power of the arts.

In 2012, Kyle Price invited friends to his grandmother’s house on Caroga Lake, where they presented a week of free concerts, ambitiously calling themselves the Caroga Lake Music Festival (CLMF). During the first five seasons, CLMF grew from one to five weeks, presenting concerts at a variety of local venues. In 2016, to accommodate the growth, the organization gained 501(c)(3) not-for-profit status as Caroga Arts Collective. Today, Caroga Arts presents over 50 performances and community events annually bringing world-class artists from various genres of music, visual art, poetry, and film to the Southern Adirondacks.

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