Live music plays a significant part in the New York festival, with artists getting the chance to perform in front of the film industry and licensing firms.
"I think Tribeca is a genuine friend of new music, so they decide to set aside some time and resources to present it," said Alexandra Patsavas from Chop Shop Music Supervision.
Unlike other film festivals such as South by Southwest and Sundance, Tribeca aims to keep film and music separate.
Patsavas added: "It's about getting bands that I consider very licence-friendly in front of filmmakers. I also wanted to focus on great New York music as well."
Ingrid Michaelson, Sia, Joseph Arthur, Chris Thile and Rachael Yamagata are also scheduled to perform at this year's Tribeca Festival.