Reasons to Enjoy Dirty Linen Night in New Orleans 2023

Decatur Street and St. Ann Street signs on a French Quarter-style lamp post with New Orleans oak trees in the background.

EXPERIENCE THE WONDER OF NEW ORLEANS BY ATTENDING DIRTY LINEN NIGHT THIS AUGUST

Five days after the much-awaited White Linen Night in New Orleans takes place, an event just as exciting unfolds. The famous Dirty Linen Night is that festive occasion. The event offers its patrons an excellent opportunity to delve into the rich history and heritage of the Crescent City. Dirty Linen Night brings together artists and musicians from around the city to provide a unique and unforgettable experience for all attending.

Dirty Linen Night

Dirty Linen Night is connected to White Linen Night. It is called Dirty Linen Night because many who attend wear the unwashed clothing they had previously worn to White Linen Night. People are free to not partake in the tradition and wear whatever they like as long they are ready for a fun night on August 12, 2023.

The Art and Food of Dirty Linen Night

New Orleans is the pinnacle of art and food to many, and at Dirty Linen Night, attendees can experience both specialties to their hearts’ delight. Hundreds of local artists will have their works on display for all to see and buy.

Dirty Linen Night offers many different food options to sample and indulge in. Some fan favorites of past Dirty Linen Nights are the seafood jambalaya, pralines, beignets, and especially the gumbo. With so many options available to visitors, everyone in attendance is sure to leave with full bellies and satisfied smiles.

Experience Dirty Linen Night in New Orleans 2023

August 12 of this year is a date marked by many already. Dirty Linen Night in New Orleans celebrates the New Orleans culture that everyone loves. From art enthusiasts and music lovers to food fans and history buffs, Dirty Linen Night in New Orleans has something for everyone. So mark those calendars, and come with an empty stomach and a craving for fun.

Stay at the Jung Hotel & Residences

The best way to experience New Orleans is by staying at a hotel in the middle of it all. The Jung Hotel & Residences is ideally situated near the Canal Streetcar line, allowing easy accessibility. Make a reservation at the Jung Hotel today and experience adventure, fun, and leisure.

VISIT US

ROOMS

The Jung Hotel & Residences’ rooms and suites offer contemporary and luxurious Downtown New Orleans accommodations on Canal Street near Caesars Superdome. All guest rooms include personal amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, a workstation, a laptop safe, and bottled water. Other features are deluxe pillow-top mattresses and Bluetooth alarm clocks with USB charging ports.

CORPORATE

The Jung Hotel & Residences has all the accommodations business travelers need or want during their Downtown New Orleans stay on Canal Street near Caesars Superdome. Situated in the heart of Downtown New Orleans, the Jung Hotel & Residences is a hub for business travelers on the Canal Street streetcar line. The hotel offers corporate guests peaceful stays while offering accessibility to the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Caesars Superdome, and streetcar transportation.

WEDDING

The Jung Hotel & Residences is a much sought-after location for modern New Orleans weddings on the iconic palm tree-lined Canal Street near Caesars Superdome. Our elegant Grand Hall and rooftop accommodate wedding ceremonies and receptions with up to 200 guests. Whether a bride wishes for a grand ballroom reception or an intimate poolside ceremony on the roof, the Jung Hotel & Residences has it all.

EXPLORE

Downtown New Orleans is a haven for live music, eccentric nightlife, and bold cuisine. The Jung Hotel & Residences, a Canal Street hotel near Caesars Superdome, puts hotel guests in a premier location. From Downtown New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome to Canal Street’s historic streetcars, there is much to explore within a streetcar ride from the Jung Hotel & Residences.

LIFE AROUND THE HOTEL

  • WILLA JEAN
  • CANAL STREETCAR
  • THE SAZERAC BAR
  • THE RUSTY NAIL
  • CAESARS SUPERDOME
  • SAENGER THATRE
  • THE NATIONAL WWII MUSEUM
  • SMOOTHIE KING CENTER
  • COCHON RESTAURANT