Find out where the Coca-Cola Christmas truck is going on tour this year

Holidays are coming! 🎅


by Alex Ross and Anna Sky Hulton |
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Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the Coca-Cola truck! And with the big day just around the corner, Coca-Cola has announced which cities it will be visiting this year with its infamous truck.

Taking in 24 locations across the country, the Coca-Cola truck will bring festive cheer to the country with its huge, instantly recognisable red truck and it's catchy jingle of 'holidays are coming'.

Over the past 22 years the 'holidays are coming' advert has become iconic in the run up to Christmas, and the truck has travelled a massive 730,000 miles, that's 29 times around the world!

Starting in Scotland on Friday 9th November, the tour will bring a festive setting to each location with a snowy winter wonderland giving people the chance to enjoy a free 150ml can of Coca-Cola zero sugar, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Original Taste.

If, like us we can't wait to see the Coca-Cola truck here are the dates is the full list of tour dates:


Friday 9th and Saturday 10th November: Silverburn Centre, Glasgow (G53 6AG)

Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November: Princesshay, Exeter (EX1 1QA)

Sunday 11th November: Tesco Extra, Rutherglen (G73 1NY)

Tuesday 13th November: ASDA, Taunton (TA1 2AN)

Wednesday 14th November: Tesco, Newcastle Upon Tyne (NE3 2FP)

Thursday 15th and Friday 16th November: Sanderson Arcade, Morpeth (NE61 1NS)

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November: Queen Street City Centre, Cardiff (CF10 2HQ)

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November: Fox Valley, Sheffield (S36 2AB)

Wednesday 21st November: Tesco, Swansea (SA7 9RD)

Wednesday 21st November: Asda Pudsey, Leeds (LS28 6AR)

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November: Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough (DN21 2NA)

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November: The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol (BS34 5DG)

Wednesday 28th November: ASDA Eastlands, Manchester (M11 4BD)


Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December: Lakeside Village Shopping Outlet, Doncaster (DN4 5PJ)

Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December: Pier Approach, Bournemouth (BH2 5AA)

Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th December: Serpentine Green, Peterborough (PE7 8BE)

Thursday 6th and Friday 7th December: Victoria Retail Park, Nottingham (NG4 2PE)

Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th December: Jingle Bell Ball, London (SE10 0DX)

Tuesday 11th December: ASDA, Queensferry (CH5 1TP)

Tuesday 11th December: ASDA, Watford (WD24 7RT)

Wednesday 12th December: Tesco, Borehamwood (WD6 1JG)

Thursday 13th December: Tesco, Sutton Coldfield (B73 6RB)

Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th December: East Side Green, Birmingham (B5 5JY)

Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th December: Valley Retail & Leisure Park, Croydon (CR0 4YJ)

All locations are also listed on the Coca-Cola website and will be carried out by two separate trucks.

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As this year's locations have more or less halved from previous years, Coca-Cola have been responding to some angry fans on Twitter, explaining their reasons for the shorter tour.

The company wrote, 'This year we are staying longer at each location we visit to give as many people as possible the opportunity to enjoy the experience. We have worked hard to create a route which provides a good geographical spread across the country.'

Will you be going to see it? 🎅

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