Cain's Ballroom

423 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
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Get your Rock on at Cain's Ballroom!

This all-ages concert venue will give you the thrill of your life as you rock out to your favorite musicians in an intimate building rich with history.  Visit Cain's and experience your favorite bands up-close and personal as the music vibrates throughout the venue, and grab a beer from their bar after a chat with the friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Cain's Ballroom, rapidly approaching its Centennial, was built in 1924 and cycled through a wide range of uses, including a garage and a dance academy, before being transformed into the Cain's Ballroom and securing its place as one of the best performance venues in America.

The historical changes at Cain's make it an exceptional dance floor for concert-goers, as their main floor for the audience is a spring-loaded dance floor, lit overhead by a neon star and disco ball.  The walls of the concert venue showcase its history of legendary visiting musicians, showcasing photographs of the likes of Bob Wills, Hank Williams, Tex Ritter, and Tennessee Ernie Ford.  Cain's Ballroom has become known throughout the music world as "the Home of Bob Wills" and the "Carnegie Hall of Western Swing."

It is also known as the only enduring venue where the notorious punk rock band from England, The Sex Pistols, engaged a crowd on an icy January evening in 1978.  The only remaining sign that the group appeared is a fist-sized hole in a wall, compliments of Sid Vicious.

Cain's Ballroom continues to find itself on top of the world in terms of iconic musicians and tickets sold, so you won't want to miss this historic spot in Tulsa's Brady District.