Adding as a bookmark for next year...
Kansas Public Radio celebrated Christmas in July
for 2013 by mixing Christmas music in their regular programming. I found this by typing "Christmas" in KPR's search box.
From the webpage:
Everybody talks about the weather, but FINALLY Kansas Public Radio is doing something about it. On Thursday, July 25, the forecast is for cold temps and snow on KPR.
In an effort to cool things off from the hot temperatures that have scorched the KPR listening area for several weeks, KPR will be having "Christmas in July."
During all local programming on July 25, KPR will be playing secular Christmas songs or music with a suitable wintry feel, from Vivaldi's "Winter" Concerto and Vaughan Williams' Sinfonia Antartica to "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and "Winter Wonderland." It won't be as much about Christmas as it is about creating a cold, wintry mix that will make the heat outside just a little more bearable, at least for a day.