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Another Mile High Music Festival is in the books. Weather was ideal, parking was a breeze, and there were plenty of memorable moments at this year's fest, from Rivers Cuomo wandering through the crowd during Weezer's set to Z-Trip throwing down a Colorado-centric version of "California Love" to Cypress Hill blazing an oddly shaped blunt on stage. This, however, has gotta rank up there as one of the most memorable moments: Here's Matt Morris playing a few songs on his acoustic in front of only a dozen or so people in the Toyota Free Yr Radio Tent while the unwitting masses wiggled their asses to Train just a few hundred yards away.