Yahoo! Singapore’s guide to weekend fun (30 Nov-2 Dec)

Desiree Pakiam
Going Out – By Day

Psy of "Gangnam Style" fame will take over the city — and so will a host of other musical acts. So get ready!

Get PSYched at Sands!
His global hit "Gangnam Style" is the most-watched video on YouTube, and he's had stars like Madonna doing the dance too. Now it's Singapore's turn to be entertained by the South Korean rapper, as he performs in a special showcase with students from the O School at the Marina Bay Sands' Event Plaza — for free. 1 Dec, 8 pm.

2NE1 New Evolution Global Tour 2012
Here's another K-pop act to satisfy the genre's Singaporean fans. Expect no less than the most spectacular sets, ensembles and dance routines from CL, Minzy, Dara and Bom of 2NE1 — one of the world's top K-pop girl groups. 1 Dec, 7 pm. Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $88.

Sundown Festival 2012
Catch the performances of Alice Nine from Japan, BTOB from Korea, Anthony Neely from Taiwan, Liu Li Yang from China, and Raymond Lam from Hong Kong — while snacking on a variety of delectable street foods you can buy at the venue. 1 Dec, 5.30 pm. F1 Pit Area. Tickets from $88.

Disney Live! Mickey's Rockin' Road Show
To look for talents for their show, Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy go on a road trip — where they encounter and have fun with other Disney characters like Cinderella, Tigger, Woody, Jessie and Buzz Lightyear. The kids will love it. Until 2 Dec, various times. MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands. Tickets from $45.

A crime fiction writer cooks up a game that involves his wife's lover — which can only lead to strange results. See if you can unravel the story's many twists and turns. Until 2 Dec, various times. NAFA, Studio Theatre. Tickets at $29 each.