Tinashe & Saweetie Lead All-Female Lineup for Brooklyn's ENVSN Festival

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Tinashe performs at The 2018 Maxim Hot 100 Party at Hollywood Palladium on July 21, 2018 in Los Angeles. 

The two-day event also includes guest speakers, workshops & mentor meetings for young women.

Tinashe, Saweetie, DaniLeigh, Zhaviah and Maliibu Mitch will perform at the first-ever ENVSN Festival. The event is focused on empowering young women by highlighting their talents, accomplishments and voices. Kitty Kash, Coco & Breezy and Britany Sky have been confirmed as DJs.

ENVSN Festival will take place Oct. 20-21 at Industry City in Brooklyn, New York.

"We made a point to listen to our demo. We sat with countless girls in our target audience to hear their wish lists of lineups and worked from there," ENVSN talent director Laura Stylez says. "It was really important to not only bring together the trending voices in today's music, but really focus on a collective of women who each show confidence and can speak about their journeys that truly connect with our audience."

"Let's be honest, each of these girls have an important voice in todays culture and they are the ones who the new generation is looking up to," says founder Sharifa Murdock. "We wanted to cultivate an audience who is inspired by the culture, longs for new experiences and willing to learn about how they can achieve their goals in life. Launching ENVSN Festival with an all-female lineup just seemed natural."

More than 20 guest speakers will discuss sex, culture, inclusivity, diversity, beauty, mental health, fashion and more. Attendees will be able to connect with professionals and personalities in a wide range of fields through workshops and mentor meetings. Panels and workshops will take up two floors of the festival campus, while another two floors are dedicated to shopping and activities.

One-day, two-day and VIP passes are available here.


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