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No Mile High Festival This Year

11:01 AM Tuesday 3/1/11 |   |

You can forget about going to Denver’s Mile High Music Festival this year as organizers put the kibosh on the annual event.

This would have been the fourth year for the festival that began in 2008. Past Mile High performers include Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Widespread Panic, Jack Johnson and John Mayer.

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    Vans Warped Tour, Invesco Field At Mile High, Denver, Colo.
    August 8, 2010

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You can blame the economy for AEG Live nixing Mile High. Or so says Denver TV station KUSA.

“It was not an easy decision to put the festival on hold,” AEG Live Rocky Mountain Region President and CEO Chuck Morris said, according to KUSA. “We are really proud of the event, and we’re not ruling out the possibility of bringing it back in the future.”

The website for the music festival also announced the bad news today. Just click here to read it and weep.


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