Recently there was a standoff between pan men and the Pan Trinbago executive, with the former saying that they were prepared to withhold their services if the executive stayed.
After a meeting on Monday that yielded no results the pan men again signaled their intention to stay away from pan this year.
However after another meeting last evening there was an agreement to have Panorama 2017.
Dane Gulston told News Power News this morning that while the pan men did not receive what they were asking for a decision was made to defer further discussions until after Carnival 2017.
Mr. Gulston revealed that there were a few changes made.
He said the Acing President Richard Forteau gave the assurance that pan men will be paid all monies owed to them by the end of this week.
He disclosed that a meeting between Pan Trinbago and the National Carnival Commission today will decide who will handle finances as it pertains to Panorama, and the membership.
Speaking on the Power Breakfast Show on Power 102.1fm this morning, Mr. Gulstan stated that the issue meant that things would not go smoothly with some bands.
He said that there would be information released soon on Panorama 2017.