On January 21st, witness who's who of Connecticut's most talented, beautiful, and intelligent women across the state vie for the coveted title of Miss Black Connecticut USA 2017, and an incredible prize package including a trip to Miss Black USA in D.C, an academic scholarship, television and media opportunities and more. Join us for this historical event advocating for education and health awareness in our capital Hartford. You don't want to miss it!
227 Lawrence Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Transportation details released soon.
Doors Open to public at 6:00pm
Red Carpet: 5:45pm to 6:30pm (for Press and Special Guest)
Competition begins at 7:00pm
All Early Bird Tickets are priced until December 18th at 11:30pm prices are subject to increase after.**
** Please Read: Early Bird Tickets Ends December 18th at 11:30pm. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Tickets will stop being sold January 20th at 8:00am. Tickets can be arranged for pick-up by texting (860) 292-0121 in Connecticut only if sales associate is available.
Vendors participating TBA
Sponsors participating TBA
Special Guest participating TBA
Judges and Special Performers participating TBA
Event will be recorded and available to watch live online. Press, vendors, and sponsorship opportunities are available please email Kade@MissBlackConnecticutUSA.org or leave a message at (860) 292-0121.
A nonprofit corporation, recognized under the 501(c)3 Code of Internal Revenue Service, awarding scholarships for professional, undergraduate and graduate studies to young women of color between the ages of 14 to 17 (Talented Teen Division) and 18 to 27 (Miss Division).
About The Lyceum
The Partnership for Strong Communities operates The Lyceum on behalf of the Melville Charitable Trust. The Partnership for Strong Communities engages civic and political support to solve homelessness, create affordable housing and develop strong, vibrant communities. The Partnership promotes knowledge, forges networks, applies innovation and inspires action to establish communities where anyone would want to live and work.