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Where is the Ms Senior Arizona Pageant held?

This year's Pageant will be held at the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center (seating capacity approx. 1300). The VVPA Center is located at: 15550 North Parkview Place, Surprise, AZ 85374 (Click HERE for MAP)

History:
The first year (1990) the Pageant was held in a ballroom at Sun Village, for the following 18 years the Pageant was held at the Maricopa County Events Center (Sundome)  in Sun City West.  However, when the Sundome was "CLOSED INDEFINITELY" we were forced to move. We found a venue on the East side of the Valley at North Canyon High School where we held the Pageant for three years (2009-2011), but "WE'RE BACK ON THE WEST SIDE NOW" !!!

What is the cost to apply as a contestant for the Pageant?

$125.00 - $115.00 of this amount is refundable (less $10.00 for an administration fee) if you are not selected as a contestant.

Where do the contestants rehearse?

Rehearsals are currently scheduled to be held at the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center in Surprise, AZ

What is the Cameo Club?

Cameo Club is a national organization of past contestants who choose to continue their association with one another.
Pageant Contestants are eligible for membership, "competing" is the only requirement to becoming a Cameo Club Member.
Cameo Club Members are dedicated to supporting the Ms Senior Arizona Pageant, and they perform throughout the valley to earn the funds necessary to send their current queen to the Ms Senior America Pageant each year.

What are the Age restrictions to participate in the Ms Senior Arizona Pageant?

Contestants must be 60 years of age or older

Do you have to be an Arizona Resident to Participate?

Contestants must be a resident of Arizona for at least 3 months prior to the state contest. Any woman working in the area for more than 3 months is considered eligible. We do require that the winner of the Crown make herself available to the activities and performances in Arizona for the entire year of her reign. Ladies with dual residences (i.e. snowbirds who are normally in Arizona for only two to three months of the year) will be expected to spend the entire year of their reign in Arizona to properly perform the duties of a current queen.