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Photos: Cultivate blooms in City Park

The 2013 edition of Chipotle-sponsored Cultivate attracted twice as many people to City Park as the 2012 festival did -- a whopping 26,000 fans of good food and good music. But then, the weather on Saturday was also 60 degrees warmer than it was for the 2012 Cultivate. So it's no surprise that the lines were long for beer and ice cream, the food demos were packed, and crowds congregated for the nationally renowned bands. Christopher Morgan was there to capture the scene; here's a taste of his photographs.

See also: - Photos: The fans and food of Cultivate Festival - Blitzen Trapper/Cold War Kids at Chipotle's Cultivate Festival at City Park - Chipotle founder Steve Ells discusses the ingredients behind two decades in business


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