The Sundance Film Festival celebrates the best in independent movies, but what good is a gathering without amazing music? Enter Wiz Khalifa, Drake and Jason Mraz, all of whom have performed at various events in Park City, Utah.

On Friday, the Bing Bar hosted a bash featuring the unlikely bill of Mraz and Khalifa. The 'I'm Yours' singer-songwriter performed a 68-minute set, while the Pittsburgh rapper graced the crowd with a gritty rendition of his hit 'Black and Yellow.'

The Bing Bar also was the spot to catch Drake perform on Saturday, that is, if you were willing to wait. The Canadian superstar showed up three hours late to the event, due to a snowstorm that inhibited his travel plans. “I almost lost my life six times getting here,” he told the crowd. “My flight was delayed six hours. Some of the curviest roads I’ve ever been on.”

Theophilus London, LCD Soundsytem's James Murphy, Cool Kids, Deadmau5, LMFAO and Cobra Starship are among the other notable artists that have performed or are scheduled to this week. Ice-T, Chuck D, and Grandmaster Caz, also made an appearance for Ice-T's new documentary, 'Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,' as a part of the Sundance Institute's annual Celebration of Music in Film.

Watch Jason Mraz Perform at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Watch Wiz Khalifa Perform a the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Watch Drake Perform at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival