Events Manager is a full-featured event registration plugin for WordPress based on the principles of flexibility, reliability and powerful features!
Version 5 now makes events and locations WordPress Custom Post Types, allowing for more possibilities than ever before!
Easy event registration (single day with start/end times)
Recurring and long (multi-day) event registration
Bookings Management (including approval/rejections, export CVS, and more!)
more on the way
Guest/Member Event submissions
Assign event locations and view events by location
Easily create custom event attributes (e.g. dress code)
Google Maps (see our API usage recommendations)
Advanced permissions – restrict user management of events and locations.
Widgets for Events, Locations and Calendars
Fine grained control of how every aspect of your events are shown on your site, easily modify templates from the settings pages and template files
iCal Feed (single and all events)
Add to Google Calendar buttons
Compatible with SEO plugins
Timezone Support – create events in different timezones
Plenty of template tags and shortcodes for use in your posts and pages
Actively maintained and supported
Lots of documentation and tutorials
And much more!
Data Privacy and GDPR Compliance
We provide the tools to help you be GDPR compliant, including:
export/erasure of data via the WordPress Privacy Tools, including booking, event and location data
consent checkboxes on our booking, event and location forms on the frontend
settings to control what can be exported/erased as well as where/when to place consent requests
We have a premium “Pro” add-on for Events Manager which not only demonstrates the flexibility of Events Manager, but also adds some important features including but not limited to:
PayPal, Authorize.net and Offline Payments
Custom booking forms
Individual Attendee custom forms
Custom booking email per event and gateway
Faster support via private Pro forums
For more information or to go pro, visit our plugin website.
Events Manager works like any standard WordPress plugin, and requires little configuration to start managing events. If you get stuck, visit the our documentation and support forums.
Whenever installing or upgrading any plugin, or even WordPress itself, it is always recommended you back up your database first!
If installing, go to Plugins > Add New in the admin area, and search for events manager.
Click install, once installed, activate and you’re done!
Once installed, you can start adding events straight away, although you may want to visit the plugin site documentation and learn how to unleash the full power of Events Manager.
When upgrading, visit the plugins page in your admin area, scroll down to events manager and click upgrade.
WordPress will help you upgrade automatically.
Upgrading from version 4 to 5
Please read these instructions.
See our FAQ page, which is updated more regularly.