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Keep Christmas With You Is Now Available on iTunes for HD Digital Download

Now you can literally keep Christmas with you all through the year—and beyond. The full HD recording of the 2014 concert Keep Christmas With You, featuring Santino Fontana and the the Muppets® from Sesame Street®, is now available on iTunes digital download.

The reviews have been pouring in, and the concert is a hit with fans. Here are some of the reviews we found online:

Loved this concert! I was at this concert and it was amazing! I don't have any kids and still thought it was one of the best Christmas concerts I have seen with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. My husband also enjoyed it. I ordered a DVD for myself and also one for my mom to share with my nieces. Highly recommend! —Lucy
From the opening song, “Sing a Christmas Carol,” to the final reminder to, “Keep Christmas with you all through the year,” this concert is pure Christmas magic. —Kiko
This video is awesome! My family and I love watching the Mormon Tabernacle Choir AND Sesame Street - combine them together and you have one amazing production. We have already watched it twice and I know we will watch this over and over . . . and maybe not just at Christmas. —Sharon
In all of my 50 years as an International executive TV producer and director, I’ve not seen such an entertaining and lavish TV Christmas production that even comes close to this one. Everyone involved in its production must be congratulated. —moviesRme
What a delightful concert! There were some special moments for the children in the audience and the child in all of us. Santino Fontana is so talented in not only voice but presence and humor as well. How fun to see the Sesame Street characters interact with different people in the show. The music was breathtakingly gorgeous at times and laugh out loud funny at others. The organ piece was amazing! All around extremely well done. BRAVO!! —Snow Angel

Download Keep Christmas With You in HD on iTunes today. Watch a preview below:

The above reviews are from Amazon.com users.