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Make This #AMerryLittleChristmas to Remember with Our Second-Chance Sweepstakes

Update: (12/7/18)

Winner Update:

Thanks to everyone who entered our contest! We loved reading, seeing, and watching what Christmas means to you. Here is a list of our randomly selected winners:

  • Robyn (Instagram)
  • Kirstin (Instagram)
  • Heidi (Instagram)
  • Melissa (Instagram)
  • Crystal (Facebook)
  • Farrell (Facebook)
  • Debra (Facebook)
  • Rita (Twitter)
  • Larry (Twitter)
  • Chris (Twitter)

For those of you who didn’t get tickets to the much anticipated 2018 Christmas concerts, this is your chance! 

Contest and Prizes

We will be giving away 10 Christmas gift boxes in our #AMerryLittleChristmas sweepstakes. 

Each gift box will include:

A Merry Little Christmas CD
A Merry Little Christmas DVD
It Is Well with My Soul book
• A pair of tickets to the 2018 Christmas concert with Kristin Chenoweth

The contest will run from November 21 through December 6, 2018. 

Here's How to Enter

To enter the contest, simply share what Christmas means to you via a Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram post, and use the hashtag #AMerryLittleChristmas. Your post may be plain text, photo, or video, but you must use the hashtag #AMerryLittleChristmas to be entered. Official rules

About A Merry Little Christmas 

This contest was inspired by the Choir and Orchestra's latest album, A Merry Little Christmas, which features Broadway star Sutton Foster and world-renowned English actor Hugh Bonneville. The album includes Sutton Foster performing  “Christmas Time Is Here” from A Charlie Brown Christmas, John Denver’s “Sunshine on My Shoulders,” and “Pure Imagination” from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Hugh Bonneville beautifully narrates Luke 2: The Christmas Story, as well as the story of the hymn “It Is Well with My Soul,” which chronicles the Spafford family’s heartbreaking journey in 1873. Other selections by the Choir and Orchestra including the beloved “Silent Night”[SB1] and “Angels from the Realms of Glory” round out the album repertoire.

Watch these videos to see what Christmas means to Sutton Foster and Hugh Bonneville.