Join Nathan Pacheco, The Bonner Family, and special guest host David Butler for an evening full of your favorite holiday music, delightful storytelling, and a whole lot of Christmas cheer. With fun for the entire family, this virtual concert is sure to make your spirit bright and leave you with a deeper understanding of the true meaning of Christmas: the birth and mission of Jesus Christ.
During the show, enjoy fresh takes on classic Christmas carols like “Glory to God in the Highest,” “Deck the Halls,” and “Joy to the World.” Watch a preview of the event below.
“We hope for the rest of the season that you just have holy moments and moments of joy, moments of peace to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, who definitely brought joy to the world,” says Butler in the video.
Tickets are on sale now for “A Deseret Book Christmas.” Stream the event beginning December 11, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. (MST). On-demand access will be available for the event for seven days afterward. Click here to get your tickets, which are just $10 for the entire household. This year, you can also purchase virtual meet and greet experiences with Nathan Pacheco and The Bonner Family for an additional cost.
For more information on the digital viewing experiences and meet and greets, visit deseretbookchristmas.com.
About the Artists
Nathan Pacheco is an award-winning, classically-trained tenor whose soaring voice has serenaded audiences, royalty, and even led Yanni himself to declare him as “the voice of our century.” Even with all of his accolades and accomplishments, there is a warmth and humility to Nathan that guides his riveting performances and connects him to his listeners.
Spend any amount of time with the Bonners and you immediately want to be part of their family. Their friendship and closeness shine in every performance and recording. There’s an effortless polish to their craft that comes from a lifetime of singing together. Having grown up on church hymns, gospel classics, and pop and R&B music, they naturally infuse their music with those elements while staying true to their church and family culture. Every note of their eclectic music strives to express their deepest desire: to celebrate Christ and invite all to draw closer to Him.
David Butler's greatest love is people. He has adopted as a life motto: "Stuff no mattah, people mattah." His favorite people are his wife, Jenny, and their six darling children. Some of his other loves include good food, spontaneous adventures, Christmas morning, and the sea. David co-hosts the popular YouTube scripture study channel Don't Miss This with Emily Belle Freeman and is the author of many religious books, including Ites: An Illustrated Guide to the People in the Book of Mormon; The Peter Potential; and Almighty: How the Most Powerful Being in the Universe Is Also Your Loving Father.