Christmas in July can occur at any time during the month of July.
But many celebrate the holiday on July 25.
The tradition of celebrating Christmas in July probably began during
Many Australian families have a traditional Christmas dinner with
all the trimmings in July.
In Australia, "Christmas in July" is also known as "Yulefest".
The "Christmas in July" celebration is believed to have originated
in Australia in July, 1980 when a group of Irish tourists had the
proprietor of a hotel in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales to
hold a party called "Yulefest".
The television shopping networks QVC and Home Shopping Network have
shows titled "Christmas in July".
At the Bakken amusement park in Klampenborg, Denmark, Christmas is
celebrated in July for three days and witnesses the annual World
Santa Claus Congress, attended by Santa Clauses from all over the
world, accompanied by their wives and the elves.
Many countries such as Australia experiences warm to hot weather on
December 25 and July is their coldest month.