Find out the dates and locations of the 2016 Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour, which starts on 17th November, visiting 44 locations across the UK. Get a photo with the truck, enjoy our new winter wonderland experience and try a free sample of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar!

For many, Christmas doesn’t start until the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck appears on our television screens and in our towns – it’s arrival signals that the festive season is well and truly underway, and that 'Holidays are Coming'.

This year our popular Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour will be returning to the UK for the sixth year in a row, giving families the chance to get closer to the magic. 

What happens on the truck tour?

On your visit you'll have the chance to have your photo taken with the iconic truck, while our team hand you a free, perfectly served 150ml can of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or new and improved Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Once the sun has set, you'll be invited to enjoy an incredible after-dark surprise as we screen a short Christmas animation onto the truck, powered by your goodwill and festive cheer!

Don't worry if you can't make it, as the truck will also be visiting Twitter this year. From 4th November, when you tweet #holidaysarecoming a special truck-related treat will appear on your post. Give it a go, and tag @CocaCola_GB to show us your excitement!

“Coca-Cola is synonymous with the Christmas season and it’s no secret that our much-loved Christmas Truck Tour marks the unofficial countdown to Christmas," said Aedamar Howlett, marketing director for Coca-Cola Great Britain. "We can’t wait to reveal this year’s route and start spreading holiday cheer across the UK.”

The Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour finishes on 23rd December. Meanwhile, look out for our 'Holidays are Coming' advert on TV this November, along with our new ad 'A Coke for Christmas', which airs the following month. 

Dates and locations

  • Bishops Square, London - 17th Nov
  • Glasgow - 18th Nov
  • Ayr - 19th Nov
  • Dundee - 20th Nov
  • Carlisle - 22nd Nov
  • Yeovil - 22nd Nov
  • Exeter - 23rd Nov
  • Newcastle upon Tyne - 23rd Nov
  • Cardiff - 24th Nov
  • Sunderland - 24th Nov
  • Bristol - 25th Nov
  • Leeds - 25th Nov
  • Scarborough - 26th Nov
  • Swindon - 26th Nov
  • Bradford - 27th Nov
  • Milton Keynes - 27th Nov
  • Bournemouth - 29th Nov
  • Wrexham - 29th Nov
  • Southampton - 30th Nov 
  • Watford - 1st Dec
  • Manchester - 1st Dec
  • Intu Trafford Centre, Manchester - 2nd Dec 
  • Lancaster - 3rd Dec
  • Liverpool - 4th Dec
  • The O2 Greenwich, London - 3rd Dec
  • The O2 Greenwich, London - 4th Dec
  • Baldock - 6th Dec
  • St Helens - 6th Dec
  • Harlow - 7th Dec
  • Doncaster - 8th Dec
  • Ipswich - 8th Dec
  • Cleethorpes - 9th Dec
  • Norwich - 9th Dec
  • Lincoln - 10th Dec
  • Northampton - 11th Dec
  • Leicester - 13th Dec
  • Peterborough - 13th Dec
  • Leyton Mills, London - 14th Dec
  • Telford - 14th Dec
  • Southend - on - Sea - 15th Dec
  • Birmingham - 17th Dec
  • Eastbourne - 17th Dec
  • Coca-Cola London Eye, London - 18th Dec
  • Leicester Square, London - 20th Dec

For more details, check out our truck tour map.

Discover more about the history of the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck.