Cain's Ballroom is an historic music venue at 423 North Main in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Built in 1924 as a large garage it was soon to serve as a dance hall and prohibition speakeasy for Tulsa's nouveau oil rich. By 1932 it was home to Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, the pioneer of what became known as Western Swing.
Because of the orientation of the iconic sign on top of the hall it is almost always photographed from the south. When viewed from the north one sees the tall downtown buildings only a few blocks way.