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Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, 9/2/12 (photos and review)

Phish 2012

Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Sunday, 9/2/12. Photos and review of the concert in Commerce City, Colorado.



Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, 9/1/12 (photos and review)

Phish 2012

Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Saturday, 9/1/12. Photos and review of the concert in Commerce City, Colorado.



Phish at Dick’s parking lot: 22 photos of Phish phans before Friday’s show

Phish Parking Lot

Phish at Dick’s parking lot: 22 photos of Phish fans before Friday’s show in Commerce City, Colorado



Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, 8/31/12 (photos and review)

Phish 2012

Phish at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Friday, 8/31/12. Photos and review of the concert in Commerce City, Colorado.



Phish returns to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park to close out the summer

Phish @ Dick's Sporting Goods Park - John Leyba

Phish returns to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park to close out the summer tour with a Labor Day mini-festival. See photos and video of last year’s shows.



2010 Mile High Music Festival, Day 2 — stories, slideshows and more

Would you let this crazy little man come near you without first arming yourself? Photo by Julio Enriquez, denverpost.com/reverb.

It’s an unarguable point: Music festivals are about the discovery of new bands.



2010 Mile High Music Festival, Day 1 — stories, slideshows and more

Surf-rocker Jack Johnson headlined Day 1 of the massive Mile High Music Festival yesterday, a well-run by musically unadventurous event that culminates with today’s performances. Photo by Joe McCabe, denverpost.com/reverb.

2010 Mile High Music Festival, Day 1 — stories, slideshows and more



The Reverb Inteview: Chuck Morris, founder of the Mile High Music Festival

Dave Matthews, who headlined the first Mile High Music Festival in 2008, will return with his band to the event to headline its third annual shindig. Some have criticized promoter Chuck Morris for recycling headliners so quickly, but Morris tells Reverb that such criticism is 'short-sighted and wrong.' Reverb file photo, from Matthews' first Mile High performance, by Laurie Scavo.

The Reverb Inteview: Chuck Morris, founder of the Mile High Music Festival