The show is replacing the original annual Back 2 Root Pageant.
On show will be six vibrant and attractive ladies, competing for the title and according to an official, the pageant is being organized as a fund-raising event organised by the History Club.
The contestants participating include “Miss Zimbabwe” Crystal Duggins, “Miss. Libya” Lindesea Liburd, “Miss. Egypt” Anissa Eddy, “Miss. Nigeria” Jackiema Flemming and “Miss. Ethiopia” Catherine Seabrookes. They will compete in a number of segments depicting the arts, music and literature of the country they are representing.
The contestants will compete in four judged segments; Introductory Speech, Talent, Creative Wear and African Wear.
An official from the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College has stated that the pageant is expected to provide exciting culture and entertainment at Carnival City.
Admission for the event which is slated to commence at 8:00pm, is $20.00.
An official said they took the decision to reorganize, retool, rejuvenate and re-energize what used to be called the Back 2 Roots show, organized a few years ago.