Dress in light, white apparel and take a stroll down 19th Street in the Houston Heights to enjoy art displays, outdoor parties, live music, shopping specials and general goodwill at White Linen Night in The Heights on Saturday, August 6, 2016.
Cool down with a refreshing beverage and tasty local eats as you join other Houstonians on 19th Street for the official White Linen Night in the Heights 2016.
The streets will be packed full of locals enjoying music, food, drinks, and art. While most of the action happens on 19th Street, including a special edition of the monthly First Saturday Arts Market. From a free concert at Harold’s featuring local band Rio Yeti to a free sampling of Wine-A-Rita Bellinis while you shop at Bliss on 19th, there’s something happening for everyone. Click here for a full list of White Linen Night in the Heights activities.
This is a fun night out with a neighborhood vibe, with something for all ages to enjoy. Be sure to throw on a pair of comfy shoes because you’ll walk quite a bit.
Although the unofficial party spills over into the Heights at large, the official shindig is limited to the 200 and 300 blocks of 19th Street this year.
White Linen Night in the Heights 2016
- Date: Saturday, August 6, 2016
- Time: 6pm to 10pm
- Location: 200 & 300 blocks of 19th Street, Houston, TX 77008
- Admission: Free to attend. Click here for more information.
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