Introducing The Rolling Happy Hour

Introducing The Rolling Happy Hour

As an Austin company, live music and events are part of our DNA. We started selling boots and flops from our Airstream at 3rd & Congress, right in the heart of the entertainment district. We sold to thousands of visitors and locals alike at SXSW, and also brought the Airstream to countless other music festivals and events. 

The loss of live music over the last year and a half has been devastating to Austin. And while some shows have started to return, it’s nowhere near the number or variety it was before the pandemic. That’s why we’re happy to partner with our friends at 3rd & Lamar to introduce the Rolling Happy Hour, a free popup series in Austin that brings live music, cold beer and good times to neighborhoods around town on short notice. 

 

The first show was Gordy Quist of The Band of Heathens in the Waterloo Records parking lot. You can see highlights of the show above, and catch a live stream of it Thursday, July 8 at 9pm on our Facebook page. We’re planning the next one now, and the only way to find out when/where it’s going down is to sign up for email updates at rollinghappyhour.com.
Alvie Faulkenbery

About Alvie

Alvie is the founder of Alvies (makes sense, right?), a man obsessed with boots and flip-flops. He spent six years designing and selling them out of an Airstream. That time was like his vision quest, where he learned everything he could about traditional bootmaking and leatherworking in order to build the best boots and flip-flops on the planet. In addition to being our Presidente and chief product designer, he’s also our resident boot expert and dropper of knowledge on the blog.

About

The Alvies blog is a sappy-yet-also-hard-rocking love song to boots: how they’re made, how they’re worn, and who they’re for (spoiler: they’re for everyone). It’s also a tribute to the great city of Austin, Texas. And a place to get the latest Alvies news.