An Evening with Hot Club of Cowtown
Presented by Doc Roc

Hot Club Of Cowtown

$20.00 - $22.00
All Ages
Cain's Ballroom welcomes Hot Club of Cowtown back to Tulsa's Timeless Honky Tonk on October 28, 2020

A limited number of tickets will be available to accommodate for dancing and seating, which is first come, first serve!


In light of Covid-19, it was decided to reschedule Hot Club of Cowtown from April 16 to October 28.

There will be no need to exchange the tickets you already have in your Eventbrite account, just show up as you normally would with barcodes in hand.

If you are unable to attend or would like a refund, please contact and include your order number and phone number. Refunds will be available through June 16.

Thank you for your support and understanding.


Advance - $20 + fees

Day of Show - $22 + fees

Door - $26

General admission tickets have an 8 ticket limit. This is per person, address, credit card, email, etc... Orders over this limit may have any or all of their orders refunded without notice.

No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

Hot Club of Cowtown

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“The interplay is as sleek as ever.” – The Times (London)

“The hot jazz is what Hot Club do best, and this is a staggering return to form for the band I once said I could listen to forever. That still stands.” – Country Music People

“This trio’s stylistic genesis–as well as title–stems from the realization that the great heritage of strings (guitars and violins) originates mutually with the Manouche gypsies of France and the no-less virtuosic hillbilly pickers and fiddlers of Oklahoma and Texas….Together for over 15 years and a dozen albums, the threesome of high-heeled violinist Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and bassist Jake Erwin showed from the beginning that jazz and country music could exist together on the same page, a highly commendable achievement if ever there was one.” – Wall Street Journal

“Hot Club of Cowtown swung light and tight, like tumbleweeds made of velvet.” – Rochester City Paper

“[James’s] inventive violin style can still conjure up the unique image of Bob Wills strolling through Tin Pan Alley.” – JazzTimes

“As instrumentally and vocally tight as any band out there working in any genre today….three skilled musicians who can seemingly just tune up and play, something that’s becoming increasingly rare these days.” – American Songwriter

Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103