Texas country singer and eternal thrill-seeker Roger Creager has traveled to Spain to try out a brand new challenge: running with the bulls.
Earlier this week, Creager and a group of friends made the trek to Pamplona, Spain, for the annual San Fermin Festival. The musician has been updating fans with pictures and blurbs on his Facebook page that show just how much he's enjoying the adventurous and festive trip abroad.
On July 7, he posted a picture of himself and a friend with the caption, "We look a little rough (only 4 hrs of sleep in 3 days + a near death experience with some very serious bulls). But we're loving every minute. #SpainIsTheBest."
This isn't the first time Creager has set out to to tackle a thrilling and somewhat risky personal challenge.
In 2014, the musician set the world record for the biggest river float by gathering about 700 tubers for one massive party on the water. Creager is also a certified pilot, avid wakeboarder and has even climbed to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The artist is currently enjoying success on the Texas music charts. His current single, "Where the Gringos Don't Go", is sitting steadily in the top five. Once Creager returns from his trip to Spain, he will head back out on the road for performances across Texas and Mexico. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit Roger Creager's official website.