It has been confirmed that the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck is to stop at the Metrocentre this weekend – here’s when.

One of the longest-standing festive adverts has returned this year marking the start of the festive season.

Becoming a tradition alongside the release of the John Lewis Christmas advert, many look forward to the iconic jingle to signal the start of the festive season.

Now, people in the North East can join in on the festive fun as the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck is to stop at the Metrocentre.

The truck will stop at the shopping centre tomorrow (Sunday, November 26).

Promising a day full of laughter, fun activities and a free Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, families will not be disappointed.

The famous “Holidays are Coming” advert started earlier this month alongside Coca-Cola’s new 2023 Christmas campaign, ‘The World Needs More Santas’ on November 17.

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Elodie Peribere, Director of Marketing at Coca‑Cola Great Britain, said previously: "We are thrilled to bring back the iconic and much loved ‘Holidays Are Coming’ advert and release our new, ‘The World Needs More Santas’, advert to ring in the start of the festive season for 2023.

“Our ‘Holidays are Coming’ ad release is a cherished moment that has warmed the hearts of people around the country. It’s amazing to learn, for the first time, what a special connection it has in the nation’s hearts, and their heads!

“The return of the Coca‑Cola Christmas advert marks the official start of the holiday season, and we can't wait to share this special moment with everyone.”