Monday, January 29, 2018 Duvone Stewart does a semi final double! It was a double win for Duvone Stewart as the bands he arranged for amassed the most points in both the Medium and Large categories at the National Panorama Medium & Large Band Semi Final & Savannah Party at last evening at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Stewart took Pan Elders (defending champions Medium Band) to the stellar position with his arrangement of Samuel “Brigo” Abraham’s “Limbo Break” with 279 points. bp Renegades performing Aaron St. Louis aka Voice “Year For Love” got the judges’ nod amassing 282 points, four more than their closest rival, Desperadoes, playing the same selection. Fourteen (14) Medium and fourteen (14) Large Bands faced two separate panels of judges in a steel crescendo…..an explosion of music and rivalry. The bands that will proceed to the grand finals on Saturday 10 January 2018 at the “Mecca of Pan” are: Medium Bands Large Bands 1 Pan Elders 1 BpTT Renegades 2 NLCB Buccooneers 2 Desperadoes 3 Petrotrin Siparia Deltones 3 Phase 11 Pan Groove (In Partnership With HADCO) 4 Curepe Scherzando 4 Skiffle 5 Petrotrin Katzenjammers 4 Massy Trinidad All Stars 5 Courts Sound Specialists Of Laventille 6 FC Supernovas 7 Sangre Grande Cordettes 7 Nutrien Silver Stars 8 NLCB Valley Harps 8 Republic Bank Exodus 9 Potential Symphony 9 Shell Invaders 9 Arima Angel Harps 10 MHTL Starlift Panorama Final prices of admission are $700. (G/stand special res.), $400. (Grand Stand General) and $450. (North Stand All Inclusive). Grand Stand General and North Stand tickets go on sale at the NLCB Via Outlets from Thursday 01 February, 2018. Patrons can book Special Reserved tickets at Pan Trinbago Head Office, Park Street, opposite Victoria Square during business hours. OFFICIAL RESULTS: LARGE BANDS MEDIUM BANDS Photo: bp Renegades performing at the large bands semi final at the Queens Park Savannah, Sunday 28th January, 2018. Previous Article NATIONAL PANORAMA 2018 MEDIUM BANDS SEMI FINAL OFFICIAL RESULTS Next Article Pan Elders on track for an historic fifth title Print 670 Rate this article: 2.0 Please login or register to post comments.