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South/Central Region - Medium Conventional Steel Orchestra Preliminaries - Panyard Judging - Trinidad & Tobago National Panorama 2024

Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - Eight bands representing the South/Central Region are expected to appear before judges as they participate in the medium conventional steel orchestra category of the 2024 Trinidad & Tobago National Panorama. Unfolding over the nights of Thursday January 18 and Friday January 19, venues are respective pan yards/communities. Event organizer Pan Trinbago has made public details on the order they are scheduled to be judged.

Past champions Couva Joylanders are expected to step off first around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, followed by their four fellow competitors. Hatters get the musical ball going on Friday, also expectedly around the same time. Data subject to revision.

Addresses, and order of performances as made available are listed below.

Thursday January 18 at 7:00 p.m.
1 - Couva Joylanders Railway Road, Couva
2 - Southern Marines Steelband Foundation Southern Main Road, Marabella
3 - San City Steel Symphony Carib Street Complex, Carib Street, San Fernando
4 - Pan Elders #18A Carib Street, San Fernando
5 - Antillean All Stars #8-10 Carib Street, San Fernando
Friday January 19 at 7:00 p.m.
1 - Hatters Steel Orchestra #100 Lady Hailes Avenue, San Fernando
2 - La Brea Nightingales Steel Orchestra Tanti Park, Point Sable Road, Pt. D’Or, La Brea
3 - Tornadoes Steel Orchestra Richardson Street, Point Fortin

Steel orchestras from four regions—North, East, South/Central and Tobago—are competing in these preliminaries to move on to the National Semi-finals on Sunday January 28 at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.



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