Ms. Senior Jacksonville pageant Saturday

Published On: Aug 06 2014 09:16:50 AM EDT   Updated On: Jun 27 2014 11:36:14 AM EDT

VIDEO: Introducing a few of the Ms. Senior Jacksonville contestants. The pageant is like any other one though there is no swim suit competition and all of the ladies competing are 60 years and older.


The Ms. Senior Jacksonville Pageant is back with a new batch of ladies competing for the crown.

This pageant is unique in that every contestant is over 60 years old.

There is no swim suit competition, but the contestants will be competing in several categories including talent and formal wear.

Pageant director and founder Kenyonn Demps created the pageant in 2009 and said the pageant gives senior women an opportunity to shine.

Demps said the pageant assists with self confidence, public speaking, talent, making new friends, and exploring the world of pageantry.

In the 2014 pageant there are seven contestants fighting for the crown.

SLIDESHOW: Meet the contestants: Ms. Senior Jacksonville 2014

The contestants are not revealing too much about their talents or the pageant, but gave News4Jax a sneak peak: The contestants will be doing the "Cupid's Shuffle" for the opening number in the pageant... That will be a sight you don't want to miss!

The pageant takes place June 28, 2014 at FSCJ's Kent Campus. News4Jax's Kumasi Aaron will be emceeing the event.

VIDEO: Ms. Senior Jacksonville 2014: Part 2

Tickets are $20 and will not be sold at the door, the day of the pageant. Click HERE to purchase your tickets.


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