No. Stereo imaging is actually hard to achieve, and involves being close to centered between the speakers for the imaging to work. Very little of the crowd stays in the sweet spot, so the effect mostly means that half the crowd misses on the panned channels. At the cost of doubling their amps to support another channel, the DJ's I know simplify to mono. My DJ business does likewise.
Music is not a competition of technical ability, but an expression with melody, harmony and rhythm.