White Linen Night Art Crawl
June 25 • 4–8 p.m.
League City Historic District
Showcasing 120+ artists from the Bay Area
League City's White Linen Night Art Crawl will span three blocks of the Historic District, showcasing 117 artists with booths lining the streets. Stroll beneath the oaks to explore and purchase works from local artists while listening to live music and entertainment. Enjoy food and beverages from local food trucks and restaurants, and see live art demonstrations, including plein air painting and live wood carving.
The event pays homage to the centuries-old New Orleans tradition of wearing white clothes while socializing outdoors in the summer heat. It will also include a car show featuring vehicles from the past 60 years to celebrate League City’s 60th anniversary.
Dress in white, grab your friends and family, and enjoy a sophisticated evening of art, music, food, and history in League City's charming Historic District.
Art. Music. Food. Wine. Fun.
View and purchase art in dozens of mediums from more than 100 artists
Check out classic cars from the past 60 years
Grab a bite from local food trucks and restaurants.
Listen to live music from a variety of performers throughout the Historic District.
See live wood sculpture carving in League Park by artist James Phillips.
Kids will have an opportunity to participate in an art activity at League Park.
Watch plein air artists paint live
Sip and stroll, sampling beverages from beer and wine vendors.
See vignette performances by Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre