Formerly called Tribu ni San Pedro, the Tribu Pan-ay of Fort San Pedro National High School first joined Dinagyang in 2006 and was adjudged as Best in Discipline in 2008.
The Tribe is managed by Dr. Blesilda Floro with choreographer Romel Flogen, dance master George Susvilla, musical director Jeepy Henson, and production designer Joemel Mirabuena.
The tribe was also adjudged as Best in Street Dancing and Best in Discipline in 2010. The tribe was declared champion in 2011, receiving best in performance, best in choreography, and best choreographer. In that same year, they successfully topped the Aliwan Festival in Manila and later was invited by the Filipino-American Community in New York to perform in their Philippine Independence Day Celebrations in the US.
The tribe is composed of 55 warriors, 56 lead dancers, 65 drummers, and 90 props men.
Dinagyang 2012: Tribu Pan-ay’s extravagant performance received standing ovations from all the four staging areas and undoubtedly won as grand champion in the 44th Iloilo Dinagyang Ati Tribe Competition. Its remarkable street dancing and seamless choreography are the true hallmarks of a world-class Dinagyang experience.
Other awards earned by the tribe are Best Costume Designer, Best Choreographer and Best Musical Director. It also garnered as the Best Costume, Performance and in Discipline in the Opening Salvo held a week before the competition.