The Coca Cola Christmas truck rolls into King's Square in Gloucester today.
Full of festive cheer the iconic lorry arrived at around 10am this morning and will be there until 9pm tonight.
The fun officially starts at 1pm.
People will be able to have their picture taken next to the truck and grab a free can of coke.
The truck was created in 1995 for the now legendary 'Holidays are coming' television advertisements.
Some people believe the reason for Father Christmas being dressed in a scarlet coat is down to Coca Cola - but it is a myth.
Before the Coca Cola Santa was even created, Father Christmas had appeared in various illustrations and written descriptions wearing a red coat.
Coca Cola has however played a big role in shaping the jolly, rotund character we know and love today.
In 1931, Coca‑Cola commissioned Swedish-American artist Haddon Sundblom to paint Santa Claus for the company's Christmas adverts.
Before this, Father Christmas had been portrayed in a variety of ways throughout history from tall and gaunt or short and squat and in some cases as a frightening character.
Sundblom’s paintings for Coca‑Cola established Santa as a warm, happy character with human features such as rosy cheeks, a white beard, twinkling eyes and laughter lines.