Coca-Cola Christmas Truck to Visit Belfast City Once Again

by • November 17, 2015 • Entertainment, EventsComments (3)1262

For many, the festive season doesn’t begin until the Coca-Cola ‘Holidays Are Coming’ advert airs across TV screens; and this year, the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck will pay a special visit to Northern Ireland with a stop planned for the Belfast Odyssey Arena on Wednesday 16 December 2015.

The famously festive Coca-Cola Christmas Truck will stop off in Belfast from 12 – 8pm and in addition to seeing it up close, crowds will be entertained throughout the experience with a variety of games including giant ‘ice-block jenga’ and festive ‘pass the parcel’. Families will also have the opportunity to capture a photo souvenir with the truck as it lights up in a winter wonderland setting while enjoying a choice of Coca-Cola or Diet Coke.

Georgina Kendrick, Christmas Brand Manager, Coca-Cola Ireland said: “We’re delighted to celebrate the Christmas season this year with a visit of the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck to Belfast.  With games, music, photography and more, we hope to offer a really special Christmas experience that you won’t want to miss.”

Ever since the Coca-Cola Christmas truck first appeared on screens in November 1995, it has become a regular feature of festive TV schedules in more than 100 different countries. It is universally recognised as a personal countdown to Christmas. In addition to the much-loved advert featuring the Christmas Truck, Coca-Cola will also air its ‘Give a Little Happiness’  TV advert, encouraging people to spread festive cheer throughout the holiday season.

Coca-Cola is also offering limited edition Christmas ‘bow bottles’ on 1.75l bottles, with a clever label that can transform into a beautiful Christmas bow – available in all major supermarkets.

For further information and the official dates for the tour, visit CokeZone.ie/ Coca-Cola.ie

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3 Responses to Coca-Cola Christmas Truck to Visit Belfast City Once Again

  1. Pauline says:

    Inverness – 20th Nov
    Fraserburgh – 21st Nov
    Perth – 22nd Nov
    Edinburgh – 23rd Nov
    Newquay – 24th Nov
    Glasgow – 24th Nov
    Tavistock – 25th Nov
    Gateshead – 26th Nov
    Paignton – 26th Nov
    Barnstaple – 27th Nov
    Middlesbrough – 27th Nov
    Penrith – 28th Nov
    Yeovil – 28th Nov
    Morecambe – 29th Nov
    Weymouth – 29th Nov
    Newtown – 1st Dec
    Colwyn Bay – 2nd Dec
    Llanelli – 2nd Dec
    Cardiff – 3rd Dec
    Chester – 3rd Dec
    Liverpool– 4th Dec
    Swindon – 4th Dec
    Manchester – 5th Dec
    The O2 Greenwich, London – 5th Dec
    The O2 Greenwich, London – 6th Dec
    Wigan – 6th Dec
    Huddersfield – 9th Dec
    Great Yarmouth – 9th Dec
    Bury St Edmunds – 10th Dec
    Leeds – 10th Dec
    Ripon – 11th Dec
    Watford – 11th Dec
    Bridlington – 12th Dec
    Reading – 12th Dec
    Gloucester – 13th Dec
    Sheffield – 13th Dec
    Bournemouth – 16th Dec
    Nottingham – 16th Dec
    Leicester – 17th Dec
    Winchester – 17th Dec
    Peterborough – 18th Dec
    Eastbourne – 18th Dec
    Margate – 19th Dec
    Romford – 20th Dec
    TBC, London – 22nd Dec
    Leicester Square, London – 23rd Dec

    • Pauline says:

      No mention of Belfast on there official site 🙁

      • Ulster Life says:

        Hi Pauline! – We received the media release from Coca Cola so pretty sure the info is correct! i’ll let them know regards the info on the site and ask them to update! If you’re planning on going rest assured it is as advertised above! Warm Regards UL x

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