Originally founded in 2006, the official White Linen Night in The Heights event returns to historic 19th Street in after a two-year hiatus.
Featuring local shopping, live music, artists, pub crawls, house parties, and more.
White Linen Night in the Heights: The Details
For one night of the year, Houstonians hung in white surge the lanes of The Heights for an all-out square party.
The convention is known as White Linen Night, an yearly party that frequently highlights house parties, bar slithers, live music, and more!.
According to legend, Louisiana local people Chris and Kay Thayer carried the occasion over to Houston. Modeling it after the Modern Orleans’ conventional celebration of neighborhood expressions and culture.
It’s at that point that Houstonians are welcomed to wear anything whites they have in their closet and come out to the range between the 5.000-6.000 people on the memorable 19th Street within The Heights.
Where will it take place?
White Linen Night in the Heights Tips
- Bring a cooler with wheels for your drinks.
- Be sure to park your car in a safe area.
- Don’t drink if you are driving
- Don’t drink in places that are not allowed
- Plan your night so you don’t miss out on any of the special activities
White Linen Night in the Heights Admission
The event is completely free, but some activities inside the 19th Street venues will have an entrance fee. This will depend on the type of activity.