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WordPress Event Registration Plugin – Updated!

Posted on 22nd December 2010 by Gray Digital
By Admin |December 22nd, 2010

NonprofitCMS utilizes a robust WordPress Event Registration plugin.  The plugin, which is quite awesome in our opinion, does just about anything related to setting up and managing events.  This plugin can turn your WordPress website into a fully powered event management website.

This plugin can potentially save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a year in fees and hidden charges. No need to pay monthly fees and/or percentages of each registration. You are in control of your own registration information. Since the plugin is built using the existing WordPress framework, user registrations are saved to the WordPress database on your server. You have complete unadulterated control of your data.



  • Attendee Management
  • Attendee Profiles
  • Payment Gateway
  • Confirmation Emails
  • Custom Email Manager
  • Custom Post Types for Events
  • Custom Registration Forms
  • Customizable Events
  • Event Categories
  • Event Management
  • Event Registration
  • Invoices
  • Manual Registration
  • Multiple Payment Options
  • Multiple Pricing Options
  • PayPal Payment Gateway
  • Promotion Codes
  • Social Media Addon
  • WordPress Event Calendar
  • WYSIWYG Event Editor

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View Calendar By Month

Full Admin Control over Events


  1. How’s it going, man? Cool event manager plugin… I am in need of some assistance, and was hoping you might be able to help. Right now my website, is not WordPress based. It’s on another CMS called Geeklog. I have a couple other websites that are WordPress based. I love WordPress and really want SoCalStandUp to be on WP.

    I have not moved to WordPress for 2 reasons…

    1. I have over 1000 members now and I don’t know how to get the database moved or converted. (I’m at the point where I’m almost willing to just add them 1 at a time.) I found a converter but it’s for older versions of Geeklog and WordPress.

    2. This is the big one. I run open mics. Every member on my website has a login. Every member is a comedian. Geeklog has an event registration plugin that is SO SIMPLE… The comic logs in with their username and password, they click the event on the sidebar they are interested in, and then all they have to do is hit “REGISTER ME.” They are on the list. I can set the maximum number of comics that can be on a particular event. They can log back in and unregister themselves. It’s really easy. All the WordPress event managers out there that I’ve looked at, make it so they need to fill out forms and additional info that make it harder than what my current event manager is.

    Would you be able to help with any of this? I don’t have a very big budget unfortunately (I’m a comic myself…) But I’m really wanting to get this site moved over. Any help or direction you could point me in would be appreciated!

    • Hi Brian – answers below:
      1. If you can export your members to excel or CSV it would be possible to import them into WordPress Member Software.

      2. It would be semi costly for us to integrate that feature in the event registration system…but this could be a potential solution: It is geared to the Hotel industry…but gives people the ability to register time slots and cancel them at will..integrates with WordPress and our members module.

  2. where can i download this plugin?

  3. Does your plugin allow for people to register and pay a “deposit” toward the fee for the event they have registered for? We are setting up a page for summer camp, and we would like to give parents the option of paying a registration fee up front to hold their spot, the pay the balance later.

  4. Hi,

    I am the web administrator for Texas RehabACTion Network and looking for a new home for our website. The current host is and the goal is to have the administrator functionality in the back end using the following features: membership directory, financial database for membership dues and annual conference fees with reporting, newsletter/email blasts, promotion codes, invoice/billing reports, and it needs to be accessible on front end by a screen reader or JAWS for visually impaired. We are a 700 member organization and I’m wanting to save costs $4,500 per year currently and still be able to basically use the features I’m currently using in CMS and bring it over to WordPress and before I can get board approval I need some guidance on how to get these plugin installed on WordPress to be able to check them out and also learn it. Any advice or assistance would be appreciated.