TT – After the announcement by Pan Trinbago president Beverly Ramsey-Moore of sweeping changes to the Panorama schedule for 2020, a number of stakeholders support the move, while others have expressed concern. The changes include the single pan competition being held in November, the small band category in December/January, and the medium band final in
UK – A school’s 17-year tradition of bringing musical entertainment to the Lord Mayor’s Procession in Norwich could come to an end this year due to a new ban on lorry floats. Angel Road Junior School has participated in the centrepiece parade since 2002, with its steel band encouraging plenty of dancing in the streets.
The North/East Pan Spektakula, originally scheduled for tomorrow has been shifted to Labour Day, June 19 at the same time and place, 7 p.m. at the Arima Velodrome from 7 p.m. According to managing director of Spektakula Promotions, Frank Martineau, “We decided to shift because the pan fraternity was in a dilemma trying to split
TT – Following an extraordinary general meeting of Pan Trinbago and its membership on Tuesday at Communications Workers’ Union Hall in Port of Spain, Pan Trinbago president Beverly Ramsey-Moore confirmed sweeping changes to the format of Panorama 2020. To get away from the clashing of pan events with all-inclusive fetes and calypso shows during Carnival,
TT – The St James Amphitheatre on the Western Main Road will resonate with the sounds of steel on Thursday June 13, 2019 when 15 steel bands take part in the first 5-A-Side competition to be held in 13 years as part of the annual WeBeat St James Live Festival. The WeBeat St James Live