Review Roundup: Mile High Music Festival 2010

via Vail Daily News

Mile High Music Fest finally hit its stride this year. Despite a somewhat unadventurous lineup, the festival was two days of fun for Coloradans and visitors alike. Moving the festival a month later than it was held in years past seemed to really help as far as weather was concerned. [Read the rest of the review...]

via Denver Westword

It’s more than likely that people came out to see Cypress Hill to hear the old hits, and B-Real and Sen Dog did not fail to deliver, keeping them copious and starting in with them early in the set; they were doing “Dr. Greenthumb” when I walked up, and my colleague Aaron Thackeray told me they had already blown through “Insane in the Brain” earlier in the set. [Read the rest of the review...]

via Denver Post

Mash-up king Z-Trip, a DJ known for his original reinterpretations of pop and hip-hop hits, was a festival hero via his fearless sunset party. Not only did he throw down a perverted, tweaked-out remix of the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” — one that included a cherry-picked Eminem vocal from “Forgot About Dre” — but he also followed that up with a little Tupac, some “California Love” updated with a well-placed “Colorado” audio clip. [Read the rest of the review...]

1 Comment

  • November 4, 2010

    Kipp

    More Mile High Festivals would be nice. More Slghtly Stupid would be nice too. Thanks

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