The long carnival season is finally over. The winners have been crowned and now it's time to assess, how can we improve for next year? Pan Trinbago's President Beverly Ramsey-Moore made it clear the last time she was here that the organization want to move away from only competition based events. There was even the suggestion of hosting prelims on the sister isle. How does Pan Trinbago view this year's carnival season and are there likely to be changes for 2020? We are joined on set by Mrs Beverly Ramsey-Moore.
Pan Trinbago President, Beverly Ramsey-Moore, has announced plans to have the Medium and Large Bands compete on separate nights in the Panorama Finals.
Interview on 102fm sounded very much like someone gloating over Exodus's last place finish. I could be wrong but.........
let the smalland menium panorama onwith Dimashe gra, so they cand come out to JOUVERT RIGHT AFTER AND BE THE BIGGEST BAND S ON THE ROAD, jouvert bom competion,
I agree with madam president about changes should come to our
panorama to bring it into the now and not having this competition being judged
by tired adjudicators 3am in the morning , it is unfair to the bands and players. I don’t
think one of these competition should be held in Tobago because of cost to transport all those
pan racks and players , Trinidad have much more bands medium and large that our sister isle
so it is much more cost effective to bring the qualifying band from Tobago...
She had every opportunity to CHANGE THE CHANGE for PANORAMA 2019!!!