Michael Franti, Brett Dennen lead diverse slate at Sundance’s ASCAP Music Cafe

A lineup dominated by singer-songwriters will perform intimate sets in the afternoons during Sundance Film Festival.

Hip-hop/reggae musician Michael Franti and folk-pop singer-songwriter Brett Dennen top the roster of performers who will play Park City at the ASCAP Music Cafe at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

The ASCAP Music Cafe is an annual showcase for musicians to perform intimate sets in the afternoon, from Friday, Jan. 19, to Friday, Jan. 26. The cafe is in the Rich Haines Gallery, 751 Main St., Park City. It is accessible for credentialed festivalgoers.

Here are the artists who will perform at the ASCAP Music Cafe:

Madison Cunningham, Orange County, Calif., singer-songwriter.

Dark Rooms, indie-rock band fronted by composer Daniel Hart.

Brett Dennen, folk-pop singer-songwriter.

Elliot Root, alt-rock band.

Michael Franti, hip-hop/funk/reggae musician and poet.

Ethan Gruska, L.A. singer-songwriter; half of the duo The Belle Brigade.

Mr. Hudson, English pop/R&B performer.

Shawn James, folk/rock/blues performer, often with his band The Shapeshifters.

Crys Matthews, blues/Americana singer-songwriter.

Ruelle, electronica-pop singer-songwriter.

The Score, New York City indie-pop band.

Striking Matches, alt-pop/blues/rock guitar duo.

• The CMA Songwriter Series, featuring country musicians Jillian Jacqueline, Steven Lee Olsen and Tenille Townes.

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival runs Jan. 18-28 in Park City and at venues in Salt Lake City and the Sundance resort in Provo Canyon.