Chart-topping country star, Eric Paslay, is coming Laramie, WY on Wednesday, Oct. 8.

The singer of the smash hit “Friday Night” is set to perform set to perform at the Gryphon Theatre. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with the show starting at 7 p.m. at the. Special local guests to open for Paslay to be announced.

Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept. 5 for $20. Tickets at the door will be on sale for $25. Tickets can be purchased at the Laramie Plains Civic Center box office and online at ticketfly.com. This performance is brought to you by The Byrd House Presents.

Eric Paslay definitely knows how to craft a hit song. Jake Owen, Love and Theft and the Eli Young Band have all scored No. 1 singles thanks to Paslay’s songwriting prowess, but fans who have seen him on stage will testify there is so much more to the tall, Texas redhead than his excellent songwriting chops.

Paslay is a charismatic performer and a potent vocalist who knows how to connect with an audience. As his hit single “Friday Night” reaches the upper echelon of the charts, Paslay has arrived as an artist in his own right.

“Friday Night,” Paslay’s first No. 1 single as an artist, serves as an inviting preview to his EMI Records Nashville debut album, a vibrant collection of songs that cover a wide expanse of emotional territory from the aching ballad “She Don’t Love You” to the clever up tempo “Song About A Girl” and the poignant, uplifting “Deep As It Is Wide.”

Working with producers Marshall Altman, Daniel Hill and Billy Lynn, Paslay has created a colorful sonic landscape. “Life isn’t always the same heartbeat so I don’t want to have an album of songs at the same tempo,” Paslay says of the musical and lyrical diversity displayed on his eponymous debut. “Every song has a shimmer of everyone’s life in it from the memories of falling in love to living with someone for the rest of your life and knowing that there’s something at the end of the tunnel to live for. Some of it is not too deep and some of it is.”