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Modern Events Calendar is a flexible event calendar plugin that comes with great out-of-the-box designs as well as an Elementor integration that lets you design your event pages using Elementor.
Let’s start at the beginning, though.
First, Modern Events Calendar lets you add events as a stand-alone post, where you can add all the important event details, such as schedule, location, organizer, etc. You can also automatically repeat events on a variety of schedules and create multi-day or never-ending events.
For paid events, you can sell tickets/bookings via direct payment gateways or a WooCommerce integration (with the Pro version of the plugin). To display your events, you can choose from a few different calendar views, as well as lists, countdowns, carousels, and more.
The most unique display option, and the one most useful to Elementor users, is Modern Event Calendar’s Elementor integration, which comes as four separate add-ons. With the Elementor add-ons, you can use the Elementor interface (and dedicated widgets) to design both your single event page and event booking form.
You can also create Modern Event Calendar shortcodes directly from the Elementor builder and preview the output of those shortcodes without leaving Elementor. So if you want a WordPress event calendar plugin that integrates well with Elementor, this is going to be one of your best options.
The core Modern Events Calendar plugin is available for free at WordPress.org, but you’ll need to pay for the Elementor integration, as well as features like booking/tickets and some other options.
The core Pro version starts at $79 and you can get a bundle of all the Elementor add-ons for $99. You can see all the pricing details here.
Learn more about Elementor by visiting their website.