Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour announces new locations set for a visit next week

Coca-Cola has announced new locations on its Christmas Truck Tour 2022.

The iconic Christmas truck launched its annual debut on November 25 at Bluewater shopping centre in Kent.

Now Coca-Cola has announced the fizzy drink truck tour will stop off in Manchester tomorrow, reports The Mirror. Fans of the festive staple can head down to the Trafford Centre in Manchester to snap a holiday selfie.

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The truck will then roll onto the Co-op at East Leake in Nottinghamshire later that same day.

Tesco in Baldock will also get a visit on December 11, it has been confirmed.

Previously, Coca-Cold teased its 2022 return on Twitter, responding to a user with a winking emoji: "Christmas is coming but is the truck tour? You will have to watch this space."

The tour was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic but returned last year on a smaller scale.

The 2022 dates so far

  • November 25 – Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent
  • November 26 and 27 – Sainsbury's, Beckton
  • November 29 – Linwood, Renfrewshire
  • December 1 – Wembley Park, London
  • December 2 – Eastlands Asda, Manchester
  • December 3 – Cribbs Causeway, Bristol and Morrisons, Bradford
  • December 4 – St David's Centre, Cardiff and Asda Morley, Leeds
  • December 8 – Market Square, Wolverhampton and Beefeater, Coventry
  • December 9 – Meadowhall Centre, Sheffield
  • December 10 – Tesco, Watford
  • December 11 – Tesco, Baldock
  • December 11 and 12 – Trafford Centre, Manchester
  • December 12 – Co-op, East Leake
  • December 16 and 17 – Belfast

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Laura Moon, senior brand manager at The Coca-Cola Company, Great Britain, previously said: “Coca-Cola has always been synonymous with Christmas, particularly the iconic Truck Tour and Holidays Are Coming advert.

"This year, the magic of Christmas is needed more than ever, and we are excited to bring back our famous truck tour to fans nationwide."

Lindsay Boswell, CEO at FareShare, also said: “We’re incredibly grateful for the support from Coca-Cola. Their donation will help us get more good-to-eat surplus food to people across the UK most impacted by the cost of living crisis.

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"We hope as many people visit the Coca-Cola Truck Tour this Christmas so that we can get more food to people who need it during what are challenging times for many.”

According to reports, last weekend a Coca-Cola truck burst into flames on the Romanian leg of its tour across Europe.

Nobody was hurt in the fire that ripped through the legendary festive vehicle in Bucharest ahead of its weekend visits. But Coca-Cola confirmed the show would go on and they’re taking measures to prevent further incidents.

Guests can book slots through the Coca-Cola Eventbrite.


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