Established in the 1920s as an automobile garage, Cain’s Ballroom is an iconic music venue in the heart of Tulsa. It was transformed into Cain’s Dance Academy in 1930 before reopening as Cain’s Ballroom in the 1970s and later listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Check who's playing at Cain’s Ballroom during your visit, as the venue is renowned for hosting both local and international rock and country acts. Learn about the jazz and blues musicians who have graced its stage, with Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys famously broadcasting their popular radio show from the venue.
Step inside to see the silver disco ball and neon star illuminating the dance floor, then browse the photographs of Cain’s legends decorating the walls. Johnnie Lee Wills, Hank Williams and Tennessee Ernie Ford are all represented, while hearty snacks are available throughout shows from the team at Burn Co Barbecue.
Cain’s Ballroom is located in the Brady Arts District, a 10-minute walk from Downtown Tulsa. Tulsa International Airport is a 15-minute drive away.