Events Maker

Events Maker

Events Maker is an all-in-one events manager plugin for WordPress that was created in usability and flexibility in mind. It’s main features are easy events management, multiple tickets & pricing, builtin Ajax Calendar and WPML compatibility.


Features include:

  • Easy Events management
  • Built using WordPress custom post types, custom taxonomies and custom post fields
  • Ajax Events Calendar
  • Multiple Tickets and Pricing
  • Event Categories and Tags
  • Event Ogranizers
  • Organizers contact details
  • Event Locations
  • Google maps
  • Customizeable template files
  • Google Rich Snippets ready
  • 6 Events widgets
  • 26 custom functions
  • Advanced hooks for developers
  • Custom permissions for Events
  • Compatible with WPML & Polylang
  • Compatible with SEO plugins
  • Customizable permalink structure
  • .pot file for translations included


Front-end events submissions

Recurring events

iCal & Google Calendar integration

Events search & filtering


Multiple shortcodes

Organizer logos -

Advanced Full Calendar

Use default templates option not working

Multisite support

Add filter to modify names of the months format in Calendar Widget -

Add filter to modify thubnail size in widgets -

Ajax Events List widget configurable for day/week/month -

Modification of em_display_google_map() function, passing location ID as a parameter

PHP “Notice” message in admin screen “Event Location” -


Initial release

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11 comments on "Events Maker"

  1. Is it possible to make a FREE with RSVP option?

  2. Hello Jae,

    I love the plugin. I’m just wondering why not or do you plan to develop it to actually sell and process tickets and not just a link where they can be bought. This is a beautiful and clean plugin and this would make it all encompassing? Any plans or any other open source plugins that integrate well with what you have there? THanks.

    • Bartosz

      Gilded, there is a long list of features we’re planning for Events Maker (including selling tickets, processing payments, booking spaces, freontend submissions etc.), but for the moment we’re focused on some new, advanced plugins. Unfortunatelly we’re small team and can’t handle everything at once, even tough we’d like to. So this one just has to wait.

  3. I installed this, but it broke my website site and I had to go into my FTP to manually delete it. As soon as I activated the plugin, all I got was a white screen. I couldn’t get back onto my Dashboard. The only think for me to do was to delete it. Pity. Looked like it could have been a good plugin. Perhaps it’s not compatible with WordPress 3.8.

    • Bartosz

      Hi Jae. The plugin is fully compatible with 3.8. White screen means there was a fatal error somewhere at you rsite. But it doesn’t mean it was coused by Events Maker even tough it showed up after it’s activation. Please read about WordPress debugging and enable that to see if you have any errors at your site. Then install the plugin to see what really happens (what kind of errors it throws) and post that info in a plugin support forum here.

  4. It would be nice if it worked :>(

    • Bartosz

      It works. If it doesn’t work for you just post a topic and link to your site. In most cases it is a theme or other plugin issue.

  5. HI,
    I really love your Events Maker plugin. However, the most important functionality I need is listed under the future category, which is the front-end user submission.
    Do you guys have an estimated time of release? I’d really really love to use this plugin.

    • Bartosz

      Hello Chii,

      We’d like to develop that feature before the end of the year, but I don’t know if we succeed. We’re working on a couple of new plugins, which we’d like to release before diving into Events Maker again. But you could do something in the meantime – please post a new topic with this feature request and describe as precisely as possible, how would YOU like frontend submissions to work, maybe others will join and share their wishlist for that feature too.

  6. I installed the plugin, I see the widgets, I installed the calendar widget. haven’t got a clue how to install the app to my site so we can add events…

    • Bartosz

      Please post that kind of questions in dedicated support forum.

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