The ex-Beatle stormed through a two-and-a-half hour set of hits at the California festival last weekend (08Oct16), and he'll be back for more on Saturday, but in the meantime he'll hit the stage at Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace in nearby Pioneertown, which boasts a population of just over 500.

The rocker has announced the rare club show on his website, and a recording on the venue answering machine suggests $50 tickets will go on sale two hours before the gig, at 6.30 pm local time - and they will only be available at Pappy & Harriet's box office and limited to only one ticket per person.

MCCartney is clearly enjoying his time in the desert - he showed up in a VIP suite on Friday night (07Oct16) to watch The Rolling Stones perform and cheered and pumped his fist in the air when the band performed a cover of The Beatles' Come Together during its set at the inaugural Desert Trip.

Meanwhile, before Pappy & Harriet's became a club, it was a set for 1950s' westerns and an outlaw biker bar, called The Cantina. The Joshua Tree-area venue has been Pappy & Harriet's since 1982, and it has hosted gigs by Robert Plant and Sean Lennon, the son of MCCartney's late Beatles bandmate John Lennon.