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Eventbrite Block

Eventbrite is a service to browse, create, and promote events. With the Eventbrite block, you can let your website visitors easily register for tickets to your event.


If you do not have an Eventbrite account and wish to create one, you can sign up here for free.

Adding an Eventbrite Block

To add an Eventbrite block to your page or post, click on the Add Block button to open the block library and select Eventbrite Checkout.

Alternatively, you can type /eventbrite on a new line and press enter.

For more, visit our detailed instructions on adding blocks.

Next, you will need to enter the URL of your Eventbrite event. If you need help locating your event link, check these instructions from Eventbrite.

Block Toolbar

To reveal the block toolbar, you can click on the block and the toolbar will appear. Each block has its own options that allow you to manipulate the block.

Eventbrite block toolbar

The Eventbrite block offers one option in its toolbar to edit the URL of your Eventbrite event.

Block Settings

You will find additional block settings in the right sidebar when you click the block. If you do not see the sidebar, you may need to click the Settings icon in the top right corner to bring up the settings. This icon looks like a square with two uneven columns.

The settings icon in the Editor with a black background and the tooltip "Settings" below it.
Click the Settings icon to open the block settings

Embed Type

The block settings give you two different ways to showcase your event:

In-page Embed will show the event details and registration options directly on your page.

Button & Modal will show just a button on your page. You can choose the text, colors, and shape of the button. When someone clicks the button, the event details will pop up allowing them to register.


The advanced settings allow you to an HTML anchor and additional CSS classes for the current block.

You can also learn more about adding additional CSS classes to blocks here.

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