Renegades leads off big bands in Saturday's Panorama Finals

When the bell for the National Panorama Medium and Large Bands Finals rings, Arima Angel Harps and bp Renegades will be first off the block in their respective categories on Saturday 10 February, 2018 at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Showtime is at 7 pm.

Themed “Steel Crescendo…..Musical Explosion and Rivalry”, the Pan Trinbago produced flagship event has been described as the “Super Bowl of Pan” featuring ten (10) Medium and ten (10 ) Large Conventional Bands. Both Pan Elders and Massy Trinidad All Stars will be defending their titles.

Come Saturday, the bands will perform in this order starting with the Medium Bands:-

1.Arima Angel Harps - Pan In A Minor - Aviel Scanterbury
2.Sangre Grande Cordettes - Meet Superblue - Ken ”Professor” Philmore
3.Pan Elders - Limbo Break - Duvone Stewart
4. Petrotrin Siparia Deltones - Leave Me Alone - Carlon “Zanda” Alexander
5.Courts Sound Specialists of Laventille - Swing - Akiba Joseph
6.Potential Symphony - Government Boots - Akua Leith
7.NLCB Valley Harps - Sweet Soca Man - Michelle Huggins-Watts
8. NLCB Buccooneers - I Love Being Me - Seion Gomez
9. Curepe Scherzando - Buss Head - Yohan Popwell
10. Petrotrin Katzenjammers - Lorraine - Terrence “BJ” Marcelle


1.bp Renegades - Year For Love - Duvone Stewart
2.MHTL Starlift - Full of Vibes - Robert Greenidge
3. Phase 11 Pan Groove - Hello - Len “Boogsie” Sharpe
4. Massy Trinidad All Stars - Lightning Flash - Leon” Smooth” Edwards
5. Caribbean Airlines Skiffle - Hello - K. Williams/O. Gonzales/M. Brooks
6. Nutrien Silver Stars - Lightning Flash - Liam Teague
7.First Citizens Supernovas - Sweet For Days - Amrit Samaroo
8. Republic Bank Exodus - Sweet For Days - Pelham Goddard/Terrence BJ Marcelle
9. Desperadoes - Year For Love - Carlton “Zanda” Alexander
10. Shell Invaders - Inside the Festival - Arddin Herbert

In addition to the competition aspect, awards will be presented to Ray Holman, Merle Albino-DeCoteau, His Excellency Orville London and Allan Gervais and Earline Gervais (posthumous) for their sterling contribution to the artform.