This Saturday, November 14th, Women You Should Know is bringing our mission of women inspiring and supporting one another to life with Fearless Fest in NYC, an extraordinary celebration of women’s empowerment. Prepare to see, experience, and do at this fun-filled, inspiration-fueled get-together featuring 15 awesome brand partners, including 9 founded by fearless women, all committed to empowering women from the inside out.

So gather your girls or fly fearlessly solo and join us. Come when you want, and stay as long as you like, just be sure to RSVP to get in on all the empowered action.

15 Awesome Reasons To Be At Fearless Fest

1. Protect yourself from the No. 1 killer of women and get heart healthy with the American Heart Association Go Red For Women campaign

2. Learn how to build your best life with The Home Depot

3. Show your body some love by hydrating in the ZICO coconut water lounge

4. Experience Athleta’s Power To The She in motion

5. Have fun and explore your sexuality with Babeland

6. Take a few minutes to relax, refresh and renew with Oasis Day Spa

7. Browse ethical, women-made accessories, and help fund girls’ education with Catrinka

8. Master your understanding of health issues you may be experiencing (sexual dysfunction and leaking) with V-Proud and HelloFlo

9. In “brief,” play in style with Play Out Underwear

10. Taste how good pure and simple can be with Magic Mix Juicery

11. Be motivated to say “I am. I can. I will. I do.” with The Mantra Project

12. Sample what Drive Change is whipping up as they truck toward a better tomorrow

13. Say “formaggio” as you delight in guided tastings and artisan cheesemaking with Cheese Grotto

14. Unleash your inner and outer strength with our 6 live fitness classes (yoga, run club, boot camp, core, hip hop dance, self-defense), designed for all levels, and led by 6 fearless women

15. Leave feeling entertained, educated, empowered, and… fearless (with a killer gift bag* in hand)

You MUST RSVP to attend #FearlessFestNYC

* gift bags are first come, first served