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Columbia Spring Jubilee Announces Judge Change



SHOW HIO judge Michael Daniel has recently learned of a previous job commitment and is stepping down as one of this year's judges for the Columbia Spring Jubilee. Replacing Daniel will be veteran SHOW HIO judge Chris Bobo of Shelbyville, Tenn. Bobo joins Brent Grider and Nathan Clark for the three day event schedule for May 28-30.


Located at Maury County Parks & Recreation. Contact 931-698-5265 or 931-797-3139.

GPS Address: 1048 Maury County Park Drive

Start Time: 6:30 pm 


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ReporTV will be Live from the Columbia Spring Jubilee both nights. There will also be highlight videos posted the following day. 

*ReporTV is committed to bringing you the best coverage. At times, bandwidth levels at venues ReporTV is streaming from aren’t suitable for streaming or cause issues with the quality of the stream. The schedule of the Live Stream is subject to change at any time based on available bandwidth and quality concerns. We will continue to post highlight videos the following day even if the event is unable to be live streamed.

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