PHOTOS: White Linen Night in The Heights 2016

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image ktrk"><span>KTRK</span></div><span class="caption-text">(Danny Clemens)</span></div>
Dressed in white linen, hundreds of Houstonians took to the streets of The Heights to celebrate local art and music.

White Linen Night has been an annual summer tradition since 2006. Two New Orleans residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina based the festival, which takes place on 19th street near Heights Boulevard, off of a similar event in their native French Quarter.



In Houston, the festival brings together local artists, craftspersons, musicians and food trucks.
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