Coca-Cola releases the Irish locations and dates for the Christmas Truck
Holidays are coming!
Every year, the Coca-Cola Christmas truck passes through towns and cities all around the world. Thankfully, in recent years they've been coming to Ireland.
This year, they have announced 10 dates and 9 locations.
It will make its way from Cork starting on November 30, to Limerick, then to Galway and across to Dublin. From there it will head north to Belfast, Derry and then back down to Dundalk and Drogheda before another Dublin stop on the tour.
Finally, they will finish in Kilkenny on December 17.
Here are the dates for each location:
Mahon Point, Cork: 30 November
Parkway Shopping Centre, Limerick: 1 December
Galway Shopping Centre, Galway: 2 December
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Dublin: 3 December
The Odyssey Arena, Belfast: 6 December
Foyleside Shopping Centre, Derry: 7 December
The Marshes, Dundalk: 8 December
M1 Retail Park, Drogheda: 15 December
Smithfield, Dublin: 16 December
The Parade, Kilkenny: 17 December
Bizarrely, some people in Liverpool in the UK have been trying to get it banned from their town.
Councillor Richard Kemp is the person leading the campaign to have it banned.
He said: "I believe that the visit by Coca-Cola should not take place. You only have to look around you to see that Liverpool is in the grip of an obesity epidemic - 30 percent of our 11 years olds are obese with about 5 percent being clinically obese.