TT – The preliminary round of the national Panorama competition large band category in the Northern Region on Sunday turned into a six-hour pan pilgrimage through Port of Spain with pan enthusiasts trekking from band to band.
It was a sight to behold at defending champions BP Renegades’ Charlotte Street panyard as thousands converged on the venue.
With people walking and travelling from as far as Park Street, there was a gridlock causing traffic to come to a standstill. The police vehicle escorting the judges used the wrong lane to get into the panyard. One supporter said it was like a scene from the movie where Moses parted the Red Sea.