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  • Thanks John,

    I understand, and sincerely appreciate you taking the time to respond at all nonetheless.

    Unfortunately, the Tribe support staff has consistently proven quite eager to avoid providing any assistance said to fall beyond their “Scope of Support.” This was the gist of their response —

    I did look at your PHP file and it looks very similar (other than ACF logic) to what The Events Calendar is already doing:

    I’m not personally very familiar with ACF, but I know their codebase has received significant updates in recent history so maybe their logic isn’t as it used to be.

    If any easier, would it be possible to help me write a standalone query, for placement within the Tribe single-organizer.php template (pasted below), instead? Like the native tribe_organizer_upcoming_events function, the idea——in theory——would be for it to find any Tribe single event post where the organizer ID was added to the event meta, and return each given event ID.

    In other words, it would look for any Tribe event where the given organizer ID is selected via the ACF Pro field “the_organizers”.

    I’ve also included a link to a screenshot for additional reference, plus a few potentially relevant example links, below:


    Single Event Page

    Speaker | Organizer Page
    (set by native Tribe field–upcoming event display)

    Speaker | Organizer Page
    (set by ACF relational object field–upcoming event not display)

     * Single Organizer Template
     * The template for an organizer. By default it displays organizer information and lists
     * events that occur with the specified organizer.
     * This view contains the filters required to create an effective single organizer view.
     * You can recreate an ENTIRELY new single organizer view by doing a template override, and placing
     * a Single_Organizer.php file in a tribe-events/pro/ directory within your theme directory, which
     * will override the /views/pro/single_organizer.php.
     * You can use any or all filters included in this file or create your own filters in
     * your functions.php. In order to modify or extend a single filter, please see our
     * readme on templates hooks and filters (TO-DO)
     * @package TribeEventsCalendarPro
     * @version 4.4.28
    if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) {
    	die( '-1' );
    $organizer_id = get_the_ID();
    <?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>
    	<div class="tribe-events-organizer">
    			<p class="tribe-events-back">
    				<a href="<?php echo esc_url( tribe_get_events_link() ); ?>" rel="bookmark"><?php printf( __( '&larr; Back to %s', 'tribe-events-calendar-pro' ), tribe_get_event_label_plural() ); ?></a>
    		<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_before_organizer' ) ?>
    		<div class="tribe-events-organizer-meta tribe-clearfix">
    				<!-- Organizer Title -->
    				<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_before_title' ) ?>
    				<h1 class="tribe-organizer-name"><?php echo tribe_get_organizer( $organizer_id ); ?></h1>
    				<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_after_title' ) ?>
    				<!-- Organizer Meta -->
    				<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_before_the_meta' ); ?>
    				<?php echo tribe_get_organizer_details(); ?>
    				<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_after_the_meta' ) ?>
    				<!-- Organizer Featured Image -->
    				<?php echo tribe_event_featured_image( null, 'full' ) ?>
    				<!-- Organizer Content -->
    				<?php if ( get_the_content() ) { ?>
    				<div class="tribe-organizer-description tribe-events-content">
    					<?php the_content(); ?>
    				<?php } ?>
    			<!-- .tribe-events-organizer-meta -->
    		<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_after_organizer' ) ?>
    		<!-- Upcoming event list -->
    		<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_before_upcoming_events' ) ?>
    		// Use the tribe_events_single_organizer_posts_per_page to filter the number of events to get here.
    		echo tribe_organizer_upcoming_events( $organizer_id ); ?>
    		<?php do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_after_upcoming_events' ) ?>
    	</div><!-- .tribe-events-organizer -->
    	do_action( 'tribe_events_single_organizer_after_template' );