Dave Matthews Band releasing set from Mile High Music Festival

Photo: Brian Landis Folkins

Dave Matthews Band will reportedly be issuing Live at Mile High Music Festival, an album featuring recordings captured at the second night of AEG's inaugural music festival, which took place this past July at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City. The disc from the outfit, which has released a half-dozen other live discs and DVDs, will mark the third batch of recordings taken from shows in Colorado, including 1997's Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95 and 2002's Live at Folsom Field - Boulder, Colorado. According to Relix, the set was chosen "for both its intense jams and its selection of rare covers." -- Dave Herrera

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