Chase Rice makes a stop at the Erie Insurance Arena on his Back To College tour for Gannon University’s Spring Concert. Asddf
As the doors opened, fans with floor tickets raced to grab a spot as close to the stage as possible. It was a sold out show and was expected to be packed.
The floor began to fill quickly, just in time for the opener, Lacy Cavalier. She was an attention grabber with her gorgeous looks and beautiful voice. The small town Louisiana girl rocked the crowd with songs from her just-released new EP, Savin’ Pennies, Payin’ Dues. The audience loved her. Given their boisterous response, She sure has a bright future for such a young age and is a name to keep an eye on down the road.
Next up was Jon Langston of who fans were quite familiar. People danced throughout his set, and Langston feed off that energy. Langston is supporting his recent self-titled album, which has been a hit since its release last December. His rousing performance was the perfect lead in for the star attraction.
The crowd excitement was building during the sound check. As the lights went out, the crowd roared and a sea of cell phones lit the floor as fans worked to capture a photo of Chase Rice as he took his place on stage.
The show was being held off of campus to allow the crowd to drink. Rice made it clear that he loved to drink and have a good time and was happy to be partying with his fans.
Rice opened with with his 2013 single, “How She Rolls.” It was the perfect song to start off the night with as it had the sold out floor dancing. Fans sang along and cheered, the show now underway.
Rice is supporting his major-label debut album released in 2014, Ignite The Night. He played tracks from the No. 1 album, including “U Turn”, “Look At My Truck”, and “50 Shades Of Crazy.” Rice also performed Florida Georgia Lineâ€™s hit â€œCruise.â€ Rice co-wrote the song which made history as the most-downloaded country single of all time.
The night wrapped as Rice played recent Top 5 hits, â€œReady Set Rollâ€ and â€œGonna Wanna Tonight.â€ Fans screamed and shouted, jumping and dancing throughout the show. When it was over, the crowd was spent and everyone left satisfied.