Miss CT Caribbean United States 3/18/2018



  • Must be natural born female 17-27 yrs old
  • Not a parent (never given birth to a child)
  • Contestant must either be born in the Caribbean, South or Central America now living legally in the United States (must be able to travel in and out of the United States) or of Caribbean, South or Central American descent (at least one grandparent must be born in the Caribbean, Central or South America)
  • Contestant must be able to compete in all areas of competition on pageant night
  • Contestants should be of good moral charter and have no criminal actions pending




The Miss Connecticut Caribbean Pageant is a qualifying state pageant of the national Miss Caribbean United States Pageant: the premier pageant for young ladies from the Caribbean, Central and South America living in the United States, or born in the United States of Caribbean, Latinx, Central and South American descent. The winner of the Miss Connecticut Caribbean Pageant will win over $8000 in cash & prizes including a one page spread in New York Summer Fashion Explosion Magazine featuring America’s Next Top Model and The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Eva Marcille, a chance to Rip the NYSFE Runway in June 2018, a 5 day, 4 night stay in NYC to advance to the national Miss Caribbean United States Pageant in March 2018 and MORE!



Artist Collective

1200 Albany Avenue, Hartford, CT 06112


Sunday, March 18th, 2018


4:30 pm - 6 pm | VIP Caribbean Queens Cocktail Reception

6 pm - 8 pm | Miss Connecticut Caribbean Pageant Showtime

Each year young ladies ages 17-27 from across the United States compete for the prestigious Miss Caribbean United States national title and the chance to represent the USA at the Miss Jaycees International Queen Show in Antigua.

Apply for a chance to compete for the 2018 Miss Connecticut Caribbean crown NOW!




Last updated: 03/21/2018

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