The 2018 ENVSN Festival is all set to kick off in Brooklyn later this month, and when it does, Saweetie and Maliibu Miitch will be taking the stage.

The event, which was founded by Brooklyn native and fashion industry veteran and philanthropist Sharifa Murdock, will take place in Brooklyn between Oct. 20. ENVSN Festival aims to promote the empowerment of women while gaining the attention of "the next generation of movers and shakers." To reach this goal, the 2018 ENVSN Festival organizers have invited a variety of panelists coming from the worlds of finance, activism and entertainment journalism. Two floors of the event will be dedicated to the panel discussions and workshops, while the other two will be available for consumer shopping.

For Saweetie and Miitch, the Festival is another opportunity to put a spotlight on their talent. Saweetie, who dropped her High Maintenance EP seven months ago, is riding a wave of momentum that started seriously picking up last year. Meanwhile, Atlantic Records' Maliibu Miitch is also poised to do big things in the near future.

While Saweetie will and Miitch will definitely be holding down the stage, they aren't the only artists set to handle perform at the event. Artists like Tinashe, Dani Leigh and Zhaviah will also be holding down mic duties, while Kitty Kash, Nina Sky, Coco + Breezy, DJ Lady S and Brittany Sky will be serving up some DJ sets. Should be dope.

Tickets for the festival are available now for $39. Passes include access to see all DJ sets, panels, shopping and more. You can cop tickets for the fest at the ENVSN Festival's official website.

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