Reba Plays Tourist During Her Trip to Scotland and London for C2C Festival

Reba Plays Tourist During Her Trip to Scotland and London for C2C Festival

Country artists descended on Europe over the weekend (March 10-12) to be a part of Country 2 Country—a.k.a. C2C—a multi-night country music festival that takes place in European cities London, Glasgow and Dublin.

2017 marked the fifth year of the festival and included artists Maren Morris, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Cam, Chris Young, Jennifer Nettles, Zac Brown, Dan + Shay, Hunter Hayes, Cassadee Pope, Marty Stuart, Brothers Osborne and Reba McEntire.

But it was Reba who used the visit to check out the sites and play tourist over the weekend. After performing in Las Vegas as part of the Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together in Vegas residency, Reba hightailed it over to Scotland for some fun, and of course, work too.

The superstar took to her Instagram account to keep us updated on her travels. Beginning in Scotland, Reba enjoyed traveling on the Edinburgh train, posing with a man in a kilt and finding Jamie Fraser’s house in Outlander. Then it was off to London for some high tea and a performance.

“Thanks so much London for the super hospitality,” Reba said in the post. “What a wonderful audience! Thanks BBC Radio 2 Country!! And I got to meet @luciesilvas who wrote Hallelujah Amen for my Sing It Now CD. A great night!! #c2c2017london #bbcradio2country”

Check out Reba’s excellent adventures below.

Thanks Glasgow for the super hospitality!!! #c2c great audience last night!!!

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Neil and I got to see where Jamie Fraser lived in Outlander!!!! @outlander_starz

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Love me a man in a kilt!!! #edinburgh

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Goodbye Scotland. I can't wait to come back!! #c2c2017Glasgow

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Always love High Tea in London:)) #c2c2017london

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Photo courtesy Reba McEntire Instagram

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