Paul McCartney is bringing his One on One Tour to Bossier City. The founding member of the Beatles will perform live at the CenturyLink Center on Saturday, July 15th.

The presale of tickets kicks off on Wednesday for American Express customers. Click here to get all the ticket info.

I'm sure the CenturyLink folks are pretty familiar with all those special requests the artists make and Sir Paul will probably have some strange items in his contract rider. We checked out previous riders for his shows and found what you might expect. No meat, or meat by-products” are “allowed to be served in the dressing rooms, production offices, or areas within the ‘backstage area'” — and further stipulates that he won’t travel in limos with leather seats, or settle for any furniture that uses animal skins or prints.

Business Insider also had this list of some specific items McCartney requests at his shows:

All lamps must be halogen floor lamps with dimmer switch.
Only animal free materials (cottons, denims, velour, etc.)
Do not provide furniture made of any animal skin or print.
Do not provide artificial versions of animal skin or print either.
No leather seating is allowed in the black stretch limousine either.
Arrange for a dry cleaner before arrival.
6 Full and leafy floor plants, but no trees.
We want plants that are just as full on the bottom as the top such as palm, bamboo, peace lilies, etc. No tree trunks!
$50.00 - One large arrangement of white Casablanca lilies with lots of foliage.
$40.00 - One long stemmed arrangement of pale pink and white roses with lots of foliage.
$35 One arrangement of freesia. It comes in various colors so please mix them up. Freesia is a favorite.
20 dozen clean towels outside of the production office.

This is expected to be an instant sellout show with fans coming from all over the region to watch this legendary musician. He's been performing in overseas and we checked out his setlists from some of the shows. Here's an example of what songs he's been singing during the 2016-2017 tour.