Mix & mingle at the official White Linen Night in The Heights

Official White Linen Night in The Heights 2017
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Don your crispest, lightest, and whitest apparel and take a stroll down 19th Street  at the official and original White Linen Night in The Heights on Saturday, August 5, 2017.

For the 11th year, White Linen Nights in The Heights takes over the 200 and 300 blocks of 19th Street. The street will be packed with art displays, live music, shopping specials, party atmosphere, and some of Houston’s best summer people watching.

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, the official festivities also bleed over onto local side streets.

original white linen night in the heights
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Activities at White Linen Night in The Heights 

Shops, restaurants, and other Heights business will be hosting a variety of mini-festivities and pop-up parties throughout the evening.

For 2017, activities include a tiki-themed luau at Emerson Rose, live music at Jubilee, DJ Cheney spinning along with light bites at Jumper Maybach, acoustic music sets at Manready Mercantile, countless sales at retail shops, and more. 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 White Linen Nights has inspired unofficial parties and event throughout the Greater Heights at large, the official shindig is limited to the 200 and 300 blocks of 19th Street.

White Linen Night in the Heights 2017

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