Relix was originally constructed in 1915 as a CI Vest Dry Goods and is most notably remembered for its use as a White Stores grocery in the historic Happy Holler district. After the establishment of the trolley line in 1905, Happy Holler served as the heart of business in North Knoxville and its name emerged from its reputation of being a place where alcohol could be purchased easily in the back alleys during prohibition. Notorious for its revelry, Happy Holler is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Rumor has it that alcohol and conversation will be enjoyed in our own private alley during the event! Actually, there will be a bar with beer, wine, and margaritas open, beginning at 11:00 AM if you want it. They accept cash and cards. At 5:00, the full bar will open.
Parking: Parking is free around the venue. There is a small parking lot behind the venue by Central Flats and Taps, but also lots of free street parking nearby. This is a popular area with retsaurants, other venues, and breweries nearby.