NEW ORLEANS -- Although they do happen, shootings on Bourbon Street are rare, according to crime analyst Jeff Asher.
Sunday morning's shooting was the latest mass shooting on the street since nearly one year ago, November 28, 2015.
However, in the last several years, there has been a major shooting on Bourbon Street each year.
Most of those shootings happened during crowded holiday weekends or during big events.
Last year, a man was shot on Bourbon Street during the Bayou Classic weekend.
Police say a man shot a bouncer after a fight at a nightclub. The suspect, 22-year-old Terry Mack, was arrested. He is due in court next month.
In June of 2014, a shooting in the 700 block of Bourbon Street left nine people injured and one woman dead. The only gunman charged in the crime, Trung Le, was sentenced to a total of 60 years in prison.
Investigators say another person was involved in the shooting, but they have never been identified.
During Carnival in 2013, four people were shot in the 400 block of Bourbon Street. Police say it started as an argument. One man, who was believed to be the intended target, was shot three times.
Three bystanders were also injured in that shooting.
Overall, the 427 shooting incidents so far in 2016 is 35 more than all of 2015, five fewer than 2014 and 65 more than 2013.