It's official, holidays are coming!
The Irish Coca Cola Truck Tour dates for the coming month have been revealed and it looks like there won't be a corner of the country this festive truck won't be getting to!
It all kicks off on Saturday 30th of November in Galway Retail Park from 2pm to 8pm and will then roll on to:
- Sunday 1st December: Dublin, Royal Hospital Kilmainham; 2pm – 8pm
- Wednesday 4th December: Ballina, Military Barracks; 2pm – 8pm
- Saturday 7th December: Belfast, Custom House Square; 2pm – 8pm
- Sunday 8th December: Belfast, Custom House Square; 2pm – 8pm
- Friday 13th December: Cork, Mahon Point; 2pm – 8pm
- Saturday 14th December: Waterford, Winterval; 2pm – 8pm
- Sunday 15th December: Dublin, Pavilions Shopping Centre Swords; 2pm – 8pm
Now in its ninth year Coca-Cola’s Christmas Truck Tour has brought The Original Taste of Christmas to approximately 1.5 million visitors across the country.
The hugely popular Truck Tour has racked up serious mileage, travelling the length and breadth of Ireland helping families get into the Christmas spirit.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a can of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Original Taste at each stop, and have an exclusive family Christmas photo taken while listening to Christmas carols performed by The Ramparts - an Irish A Cappella barbershop choir.
This year will see the return of Coca-Cola’s Christmas merchandise cart, where all proceeds will be donated to the Coca-Cola charity partner, St. Vincent de Paul.
For the first time, each Truck Tour stop will feature Christmas stalls where two local vendors will have bespoke Coca-Cola Christmas gifts available, along with their own handmade goods for visitors to purchase for friends and family.
Galway, 30th November
- Lorraine Fletcher Art
- Carmel’s Candles
Dublin, 1st & 15th December
- Nially Pea
- Orwell & Browne
Ballina, 4th December
- Mary Scanlon O'Hora
- Ginni Mill
Belfast, 7th – 8th December
- Once Upon a Dandelion
- Sam Mercer Design
Cork, 13th December
- Raffeen Rustic
- Carmel’s Candles
Waterford 14th December
- Sarah’s Boutique Candle
- Pips Crafts
To coincide with Coca-Cola’s ‘World Without Waste’ global commitment to collect and recycle a bottle or can for each one sold by the year 2030, Coca-Cola will also donate 10p for every can recycled throughout the Truck Tour to St. Vincent de Paul
Meanwhile here at Today FM with Coca-Cola, we will also help people across Ireland to welcome home the loved ones that mean the most this festive season.
Simply head over to TodayFM.com from next week to create your own personalised Welcome Home message for that special someone in your life who you can’t wait to see.
You can create your own personalised message to be displayed in Dublin Airport, or you can share a live countdown clock on Whatsapp or your social channels!