WP Social Pro Event Feed Example

This is an example of the Pro plugin outputting an Event feed using the Classic Theme – Light with post author displayed, post timestamp displayed, the feed image width set to Auto, and the height of the window fixed at 625 pixels.

Use the following shortcode to create a feed like this one:

[ik_fb_feed id="KennedyCenter" use_thumbs="1" colorscheme="light"]

Visit here for instructions on using Facebook Event feeds with WP Social.

  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: Donvonte McCoy & CP Time is a contemporary music ensemble dedicated to sharing the music of Charlie Parker with fresh new audiences around the world.

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  • March 10, celebrate #BGRFest with the ROCK LIKE A GIRL!™ concert featuring twelve-time Grammy nominee Jazmine Sullivan, DC’s own Mumu Fresh, and more. Presented in collaboration with #KenCenHipHop.

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    15 hours ago

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  • “Jazz is a soul to-soul communication.”—Dianne Reeves March 8 & 9, experience the voice and soul of a true jazz diva.

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    21 hours ago

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  • March 10, celebrate #BlackGirlMagic with D.C.'s own Mumu Fresh (Maimouna Youssef) and Jazmine Sullivan in #BGRFest's ROCK LIKE A GIRL™ concert, presented by Black Girls Rock! Inc. & #KenCenHipHop. Tickets ➡️ https://bit.ly/2U9nCTy Look back on Mumu's captivating Kennedy Center performance of "Work In Progress."

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    February 22

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  • She a Gem follows three teenage friends growing up in inner-city Philadelphia in an incredible story of Double Dutch and sisterhood. As they put their skills to the test in a neighborhood block party, they’ll experience pivotal moments that shape their adolescence and reveal the people they’re becoming.

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    February 22

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  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The Youth Jazz Orchestra of North Rhine Westphalia has been in existence since 1975

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    February 22

    38 likes 12 comments
  • “In Mo, the Kennedy Center has found the voice of a generation — actually, several generations.” We are so excited to have Mo Willems as our first Education Artist-in-Residence! Learn more: https://bit.ly/2NkklOT

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    February 22

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  • Introducing Mo Willems—the Kennedy Center's first Education Artist-in-Residence! 🕺🎭📚🎶💃 The creator of The Pigeon series, Knuffle Bunny, and Elephant & Piggie will develop and present multidisciplinary programming and performances over the next two years. Mark your calendar for some can't-miss playdates: https://bit.ly/2NkklOT

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    February 22

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  • Borders are everywhere: fences, walls, barricades, even armed soldiers around our countries… but imagine if these geographical and social limitations didn’t exist. March 6–9, Cirkus Cirkör’s Limits explores the hard-hitting reality of migration in a world with ever-tightening borders.

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    February 22

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  • Join Conversations on Dance hosts Michael Breeden and Rebecca Ferraro as they chat with American Ballet Theatre soloist Skylar Brandt on a walk through the Kennedy Center earlier this month following a performance & podcast recording. Listen to the full podcast at conversationsondancepod.com. 🎧

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    February 21

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  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: Gritty, witty, and streetwise, the Havana-born Gerardo Contino, "El Abogado de la Salsa," is a Cuban singer and songwriter. This former lead singer of the Cuban mega-group NG La Banda is a party onstage: he loves to improvise, to pull the audience into call and response, and to provoke fans into hip-shaking abandon.

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    February 21

    46 likes 31 comments
  • The award-winning Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company returns with three personal stories brought to life through modern dance, live music, video, and projections. Presented as part of our #HumanJourney exploration.

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    February 21

    53 likes 1 comment
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.

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    February 20

    47 likes 21 comments
  • Step into the history of folk culture in Cambodia as captured by photographer Kim Hak and transformed into movement by international choreographer and dancer Akiko Kitamura.

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    February 20

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  • Masters of the past, bright lights of the future — there’s something for everyone with two New York City Ballet programs to choose from.

    Featuring a roster of powerhouse dancers heralded for enriching repertory created by today’s top choreographers, New York City Ballet performs two programs of new and celebrated repertory.

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    February 20

    56 likes 2 comments
  • Weather Alert: Due to inclement weather conditions, the Kennedy Center and its box office will open at 11 a.m. today. Please allow extra travel time to tonight's events. The Kennedy Center shuttle will run on its normal schedule.

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    February 20

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  • “I felt [Double Dutch] was the perfect metaphor for what young girls have to go through before they leave home, this toughening up, stay in the song but keep moving, not letting the ropes fall. A metaphor for resilience.” Catch Josh Wilder’s new play for young audiences at the Kennedy Center through February 24: https://bit.ly/2GyoYUi

    Philly playwright Josh Wilder watched girls playing double Dutch on his block in Point Breeze. His play about their grit and resilience opens in Washington, D.C., this weekend.

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    February 19

    41 likes 2 comments
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.

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    February 19

    52 likes 17 comments
  • Three teenagers form a Double Dutch team to compete in their neighborhood block party. If they win, they get their futures told by the local psychic. Will they become a famous singer? A hair dresser? Or maybe a “gem,” the spiritual leader of their neighborhood? Feb. 15–24, join them on their journey of discovering their future!

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    February 19

    5 likes 1 comment
  • U.S. premiere! Ahmed El Attar's darkly comedic satire delves into the life of an affluent Egyptian family as they gather around the table for dinner.

    Making its U.S. premiere, this darkly comedic satire highlights the harsh indifference of the bourgeoisie in Egypt and the hollow exchanges which masquerade as human connection. 

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    February 19

    15 likes 1 comment
  • As part of the Reese Waters's monthly Friday-night comedy series, guest comedian Nore Davis joins Feb. 22 for a sidesplitting evening of comedy.

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    February 19

    1 comment
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.

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    February 18

    43 likes 15 comments
  • "I look forward to an America which will reward achievement in the arts as we reward achievement in business or statecraft. I look forward to an America which will steadily raise the standards of artistic accomplishment and which will steadily enlarge cultural opportunities for all of our citizens. And I look forward to an America which commands respect throughout the world not only for its strength but for its civilization as well."—President John F. Kennedy #PresidentsDay

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    February 18

    167 likes 9 comments
  • World-renowned jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves brings her virtuosity, improvisational prowess, and unique jazz and R&B stylings to the Kennedy Center March 8 & 9.

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    February 18

    122 likes 7 comments
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” presents a performance featuring African American composers. They celebrate the life of George Walker and the path he paved with his String Quartet No. 1.

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    February 17

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  • Feb. 19–24, the global dance sensation Tap Dogs arrives in D.C. with jaw-dropping new surprises.

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    February 17

    18 likes 1 comment
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: CAAPA - Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts presents Cotton Field to Concert Hall, an original narrated musical journey highlighting the life of a slave woman and her travails on a cotton plantation.

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    February 16

    43 likes 24 comments
  • To these three Philadelphia teenagers, Double Dutch isn’t just an after-school game —it’s a way to connect to the community that surrounds them. Feb. 15–24, hear their story in Josh Wilder’s original play for young audiences that highlights freedom, identity, and sisterhood.

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    February 16

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  • “Boundaries are meant to be crossed. Limits are meant to be exceeded!” — Tilde Björfors March 6–9, Tilde Björfors and Cirkus Cirkör present Limits, combining acrobatics, dance, and multimedia to create a gravity-defying experience ➡️ https://bit.ly/2DsGzKb

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    February 16

    22 likes
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Tcheka takes you on a journey of dynamic sounds and rhythms that make up his exciting repertoire. Presented in partnership with David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

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    February 15

    33 likes 16 comments
  • March 8–10, catch MC Lyte & others as #KenCenHipHop joins forces with Black Girls Rock! Inc. for the first-ever #BGRFest featuring performances, discussions, and more: https://bit.ly/2N0HSUS Look back on the Grammy-nominated emcee's Kennedy Center performance of Paper Thin.

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    February 15

    26 likes 1 comment
  • “My approach with stand-up is always something different, unique, to where hopefully I can inspire comedians behind me." –Nore Davis Feb. 22, the comedian who's got his mind set on being the next Hov of stand-up joins D.C.'s Reese Waters ➡️ https://bit.ly/2HQ4k3V

    Comedian Nore Davis reflects on his star-making appearance on 'Conan,' working with Marvel, and his new album, 'Too Woke!'

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    February 15

    16 likes
  • Making its U.S. premiere March 14–16, The Last Supper highlights the harsh indifference of the bourgeoisie in Egypt and the hollow exchanges which masquerade as human connection.

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    February 15

    12 likes
  • How do you recreate a demigod’s water power on-stage? Learn how scenic designer Lee Savage brought the magic of The Lightning Thief to live theater.

    Building the show — based on the best-selling Percy Jackson novels and coming to the Kennedy Center — relied on imagination, skill and a YouTube video of water shooting out of a toilet.

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    February 14

    30 likes
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: In celebration of Valentine’s Day, join Deacon Izzy & The Congregation as they present "So N Luv Wit U". Love and music will always find a way.

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    February 14

    21 likes 8 comments
  • ICYMI: Idina Menzel headlines the Kennedy Center Gala Celebrating the Human Spirit April 3, as we honor philanthropists Patrick G. Ryan and Shirley W. Ryan as well as artist, producer, and social activist Forest Whitaker.

    The Wicked and Frozen star will perform during the April 3 gala, Celebrating the Human Spirit.

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    February 14

    70 likes 2 comments
  • "You pile up enough tomorrows, and you'll find you are left with nothing but a lot of empty yesterdays." 🎶🎺🥁 Watch moments from our #BroadwayCenterStage production of THE MUSIC MAN featuring Norm Lewis, Jessie Mueller, Rosie O'Donnell, and more!

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    February 14

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  • This week! Immerse yourself in a “luminous fusion of traditions beautifully danced” (London’s Sunday Telegraph) The National Ballet of China returns with its dazzling hybrid of western ballet and Chinese culture: http://bit.ly/2QgQp64

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    February 14

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  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: The United States Navy Band Commodores, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is comprised of some of the finest musicians in the world.

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    February 13

    85 likes 38 comments
  • “The unequaled richness of City Ballet’s repertory becomes the envy of the world.” —The New York Times April 2–7, New York City Ballet returns to perform two programs of new and celebrated repertory.

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    February 13

    55 likes 3 comments
  • Do you know a high school student in the DMV who wants to pursue a dance career and make a positive impact on the world? This summer, we're hosting our first-ever Kennedy Center Dance Lab (KCDL) from August 4–17! To apply: 1) Complete the online application by Feb. 14. 2) Attend the audition at the Kennedy Center from 4–7 PM on Feb. 18.

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    February 13

    43 likes 13 comments
  • When their eldest child Byron gets into trouble, the Watsons pack up their family of five and head to Birmingham, Alabama for the summer. Along the way, they experience a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement. Bring the entire family to hear the history and see their story March 15–24.

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    February 13

    71 likes 16 comments
  • “When jazz fans of the future look back, I believe Dianne Reeves will stand out as one of the best voices of our generation.”—NPR March 8 & 9, Reeves brings her phenomenal voice and incredible spirit back to the Kennedy Center.

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    February 13

    78 likes 4 comments
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: Now in their 20th year, the Hackensaw Boys have cemented their reputation as one of the most stalwart and road-tested acts in Americana music.

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    February 12

    77 likes 42 comments
  • What does it mean to RISE UP? Look back on #KenCenHipHop Council Member J.Period's performance of "Walk On" with Pharoahe Monch & Maimouna Youssef during his Kennedy Center installment of the #JPERIODLiveMixtape.

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    February 12

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  • “Seales is a one-woman show in the most literal sense… [she] is headmaster, preacher, choir director, storyteller, ringleader.” —Washington Post Witness all of the above during Amanda Seales’s #SmartFunnyAndBlack takeover June 6–8.

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    February 12

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  • "Many years from now, when we take stock of the beautiful moments in our lives, everyone who was in the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall on Sunday night will remember Archie Shepp singing 'Prelude to a Kiss.'"

    The legendary tenor saxophonist paid tribute to his mentor, John Coltrane, but he also had things of his own to say.

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    February 12

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  • Winners of over 15 international awards including an Olivier Award, an Obie Award, and a Pegasus Award, Tap Dogs has appeared in over 330 cities on six continents and has been seen live by over 12 million people. 👉 Will you be next?

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    February 12

    32 likes 1 comment
  • Alert: An emergency response training exercise conducted by the FBI and local law enforcement partners is currently underway at the Kennedy Center this morning and will conclude by 10 a.m. The public may see law enforcement activity during the exercise and should not be alarmed. This is just a drill.

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    February 12

    46 likes 1 comment
  • Live tonight on Millennium Stage: Pianist, composer and singer Tomáš Kačo presents a selection of his original works from his new album MY HOME, inspired by his Gypsy roots, Czech heritage, and classical training.

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    February 11

    44 likes 21 comments

We’ve added the following Custom CSS to achieve some of the styling seen above:

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    font-weight: bold;
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    border-radius: 10px;
    height: 75px;
    margin-top: 5px !important;
}

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    margin: 0 12px;
    font-size: 14px;
    display: inline-block;
    vertical-align: top;
    width: 77% !important;
    padding: 0;
    line-height: 1.5em;
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