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Songkick Concerts and Festivals

This plugin lets you display events for a Songkick user, artist, venue, or metro area on your WordPress blog, as a widget or shortcode.

This plugin lets you display upcoming or past events for a Songkick user, artist, venue, or metro area on your WordPress blog.

Events can be displayed by adding the Songkick widget to your template, or by adding the shortcode [songkick_concerts_and_festivals] anywhere in your blog.

Features

  • Upcoming events for an artist
  • Past events for an artist
  • Upcoming events for a venue
  • Upcoming events for a user
  • Past events for a user
  • Upcoming events for a metro area. A metro area is a city or a collection of cities that Songkick uses to notify users of concerts near them.
  • Widget or shortcode format
  • Show events for multiple artists, users, venues, or metro areas.
  • Paginated list of events
  • HTML markup with support for events as defined by Schema.org

Requirements

  • This plugin uses a non-commercial Songkick API key. If you have a commercial website, you’ll need your own Songkick API key. Please read through Songkick’s API terms of use. Apply for a key here: Songkick API docs
  • This plugin requires PHP 5

Settings

Go to the Settings page to configure default options for the plugin. You can also specify your settings under Plugins/Widget or via shortcode options.

  • For a user, simply put your username in the admin interface.
  • For an artist, you should use the artist’s Songkick id, as shown in the url for your artist page. For example, the url "http://www.songkick.com/artists/123-your-name" has the id "123".
  • The same goes for metro areas: "http://www.songkick.com/metro_areas/123-city-name" has the id "123".
  • And venues: "http://www.songkick.com/venues/123-venue-name" has the id "123".

Widget

Go to the admin Widgets page and simply drag the widget into a sidebar and configure it.

Shortcode

Add the shortcode [songkick_concerts_and_festivals] in the content of any blog post.

When using a shortcode, you can set which artist, venue, metro area, or user you want to display events for, allowing you to show events for different entities:

  • Users: [songkick_concerts_and_festivals songkick_id=your_username songkick_id_type=user]
  • Artists: [songkick_concerts_and_festivals songkick_id=your_artist_id songkick_id_type=artist]
  • Venues: [songkick_concerts_and_festivals songkick_id=your_venue_id songkick_id_type=venue]
  • Metro areas: [songkick_concerts_and_festivals songkick_id=your_metro_area_id songkick_id_type=metro_area]

Override shortcode settings:

  • gigography=true|false
  • number_of_events=integer
  • show_pagination=true|false
  • no_calendar_style=true|false — removes the calendar style from the event dates
  • order=asc|desc - sort order for artist or user events

PHP code

You can call the shortcode method directly in your PHP code:

<?php echo do_shortcode('[songkick_concerts_and_festivals]'); ?>

Blogs using this plugin

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Contribute

This is an open source project that I maintain during my spare time. I welcome contributions!

The code lives on Github. To send your contribution, fork my project, make your lovely changes, and send me a pull request. Thanks :)

Requires: 2.8.2, PHP 5 or higher or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.16
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 1,000+

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