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2019 Local Competition

(For contact info, check the clickable links at the bottom of this page.)


For more information please check out the links below:

Become a Contestant
Competition Phases and Scoring
Frequently Asked Questions

In order to compete for the title of Miss Iowa, one must first compete in and win a local competition. Local pageants are held at different locations around the state from July through April to qualify for the state competition, which is always the first full week of June. For more details on each local competition, please click on the links below.  Miss Iowa also accepts a limited number of Fair/Festival and College Homecoming Queens who meet certain requirements. For more information about competing with a current Fair/Festival or Homecoming Queen title, please email fielddirector@missiowa.com.

To compete in for Miss Iowa's Outstanding Teen, one should also first compete in and win a local competition. Local pageants are held at different locations around the state from July through March to qualify for the state competition, which is always the first full week of June. Miss Iowa also accepts a limited number of "At-Large" contestants in the Teen divisions. Details for competing "At-Large" are released in early spring after all local competitions have been completed. For more information, please email mioteen@missiowa.com.


2019 MISS IOWA LOCAL COMPETITIONS
(For contact info, check the clickable links at the bottom of this page.)

● Miss Johnson County / Miss Corridor - November 23, 2019 at 2:00 pm (Whipple Auditorium, Cedar Rapids)
● Miss Greater Des Moines - January 11, 2020, at 6:00 pm (Drake University) - 10TH ANNIVERSARY!
● Miss Muscatine - February 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm (Central Middle School Performing Arts Center)

Details will be updated as they become available.

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