Build, Configure, & Publish The Most Interactive Events On Your WordPress Site

This page features everything that EventPrime offers. Click the tabs on left to browse through different sub-sections for details.

Event Manager

  • Create events directly from the events calendar.
  • Click on any date on the events calendar to create an event on that date.
  • Set the event name, start date/time, end date/time, booking price and status right from the events calendar.
  • Event type, event site, and performers can also be set from the events calendar.
  • Events will appear as neat looking colored bars on calendar, spanning the dates the event will be active on.
  • Event bars will display the event start time and event name.
  • Quickly change event start date by dragging and dropping the event bar from existing date to another date.
  • Hover cursor over an event to view quick details of that event in the event hover popup.
  • Get direct access to event dashboard and event settings from the event hover popup.
  • From event settings, you can add much more content to your events than what is available from the events calendar.
  • Set the event type for proper categorization of your events.
  • Add a description, for a detailed explanation of what the event is about.
  • Upload a feature image for your event that sums up what your event is about in one image.
  • In addition to the feature image, you can also upload a gallery of images for your event.
  • Enable custom link for your event, if you need the event on your event calendar to link to an external URL.
  • Set specific booking start and end dates.
  • Choose whether to display the booking status of your event on the frontend for all users to see.
  • Allow or disallow booking cancellations.
  • Choose whether to hide the event on the event calendar widget or not.
  • You can also choose whether to hide the event on event directory on the frontend.
  • Add custom note on the event page to display to the event attendees.
  • Event dashboard is the hub of all your event attributes.
  • From the event dashboard, you can access event settings, assign event site, assign performers and also access options provided by some of EventPrime's extensions.
  • On the event dashboard, you can see a quick list of latest bookings for your event as well.

Event Type Manager

  • From the Event Type Manager page, you can create, edit, or delete event types.
  • Set a name for your event type by creating a new event type or change name for an existing one.
  • Select a color for your event type. Events belonging to an event type will display on the event calendar in the color of that event type.
  • Set an age group. This will display on the event page letting attendees know which age group of people are allowed to the event.
  • Upload an image, or an icon, for your event type.
  • Write up special instructions that will be applicable to all events of the event type.

Event Site Manager

  • From the Event Site Manager page, you can create, edit, or delete event sites.
  • Add a name for your event or edit name for existing one.
  • Write up a detailed description for your event site.
  • Add address for your event site. You can add address as text or choose to use Google Map to display exact location of the event site to your attendees.
  • If you choose to use Google Map, you'll have the options to add latitude and longitude values for extra precision.
  • Set date on which your event site was established.
  • Choose whether the event site has seating option or not. With the 'Event Seating' extension you can setup a seating arrangement for your event sites.
  • Add the event site's operator details for attendees to contact for any queries.
  • Add Facebook page link for the event site if you have one.
  • Upload a gallery of images for your event site.

Performer Manager

  • From the Performer Manager page, you can create, edit, or delete performers.
  • Select perform type. Whether the performer is a person or a group of people.
  • Add a name for the performer.
  • Set a role for the performer. Such as, whether the performer is a singer, comedian, presenter etc.
  • Upload a cover image of the performer.
  • Write up a detailed description of the performer.
  • Choose whether you wish to display the performer on the performers' directory page on the frontend.

Attendees Manager

  • View a complete list of all attendees for your events. With booking ID, username, email, event name and number of bookings.
  • Filter attendees list by events.
  • Filter attendees by their booking time. This includes filter by today's, this week's, this month's or this year's bookings. Specific period can also be provided.
  • Attendees can also be filtered by their booking status. You can see the list for completed bookings, refunded bookings, cancelled booking etc.
  • On the single attendee page, you can view all details for that attendee's booking.
  • Provides the option to download booking details in PDF format.
  • Allows sending notification emails to the attendee.
  • Gives access to the transaction log for the attendee's booking.
  • Allows adding multiple notes to the booking.

Global Settings

  • Enable or disable email notifications and edit their content according to your preference.
  • Configure PayPal payment processor and set currency of payments. Stripe Payments and Offline Payments are also available.
  • Add APIs for Google Map, Facebook, Google Calendar for external integrations.
  • Change default pages for EventPrime frontend.
  • Choose whether to display past events on the frontend or not.
  • Set default calendar view on the frontend.
  • Enable or disable event filter options on the event calendar for frontend.
  • Hide or show bookings of past events on the backend Attendees list.
  • Set time format in which event time will display on the event calendar. It can be either the 12-hour format, or the 24-hour format.
  • Enter in your own custom CSS code to customize the look of EventPrime's frontend as you like.
  • Change the texts that appear on the frontend event submission page.
  • Update the default status of events that are submitted from frontend.

Frontend Directories & Pages

  • View all events in either the calendar template or our very own cards template. Calendar template includes month, week, day, and list views.
  • Hovering cursor over an event will reveal its quick details in a popup.
  • If bookings for an event are enabled, a user will see the booking button on the popup as well.
  • Search for events by keyword, event type, date, and event site.
  • Quick list of all event types with their color swatches is available at the bottom of the calendar so users can see which event belongs to which event type.
  • Clicking on an event from his page will open that event's detailed page. Users can see all details of the event from there.
  • Users can post the event on Twitter, Facebook, and/or add it to their Google calendar.
  • View all event sites in card view.
  • Card view includes quick details of event site, such as site name, its seating type, capacity of audience, address, and its feature image.
  • Event site cards will also display the number of events that are being held at the event site.
  • Clicking on an event site from this directory will open that event site's detail page.
  • View all event types in card view.
  • Card view includes quick details of event type, such as site name, age group, description, color swatch, and its feature image.
  • Event type cards will also display the number of events that belong to those event types.
  • Clicking on an event type from this directory will open that event type's detail page.
  • View all performers in card view.
  • Card view includes quick details of performer, such as performer name, its role, short description, and its cover image.
  • Performer cards will also display the number of events that each performer is or will be performing at.
  • Clicking on a performer from this directory will open that performer's detail page.
  • User profile is the frontend page from which an attendee can manage his/her event bookings.
  • This page displays a list of all the attendee's bookings with event name and event date.
  • With each booking listing, there is a 'Details' link. Clicking on which the attendee can see booking details such as booking ID, no. of tickets, price paid and status of the booking.
  • Attendee can also find directions to the event sites from the 'Directions' tab if Google Map is configured.
  • From the 'Transactions' tab, the attendee can see details of all transactions for event bookings.
  • The 'Account' tab gives access to account details such as name, phone number etc. Also provides link to edit profile.
  • Display a form to submit events from the frontend.
  • From the frontend form, a user submitting an event can submit its name, start date, end date, description, event type, venue, and performers.
  • The form will also allow the user to enable bookings, set booking start and end date, and also set the booking price.
  • Upon submitting the form, the user will see a confirmation message that can be customized from the Global Settings.
  • Upon submitting, EventPrime will also send an email to the site admin that a new event has been submitted from the frontend.


This widget displays a countdown clock for an upcoming event. Just select a published event from the widget settings, and the widget will display the countdown showing hours, minutes, and seconds left to event start.

The event slider widget will display events with their featured image in a slider. Clicking on an event from this slider will open the detail page for that event.

This is just a smaller view of the event calendar. It'll show upcoming events with their dates highlighted in a calendar widget.

This widget will display a Google Map with locations of the event sites marked on it. This widget will only work when Google Map is configured from the Global Settings.


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