It is possible to access multiple Eventbrite organisations, that you have a relationship with, from one API key and hence display combined events.
There is a little bit of configuration required within Eventbrite.
1. Decide what user s going to be across multiple organisations, this may be best to create a new Eventbrite user under a different email you have access to e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, it doesn’t need to create any events, just needs to exist
2. Log in to each ‘main account’ Organization Settings > Team management https://www.eventbrite.com/organizations/permissions and invite email@example.com
3. From the new user account accept invitations
3. Then use the API key of firstname.lastname@example.org which then will include all organisation invites / accepted
You can see this in settings e.g.
Now when you display the events e.g. [wfea ] all events from all orgnanization the newuser is a team member will display as if one.
In the Pro version it may be that you need also to split the events, e.g. you may have a combines page and individual organisation pages. On eth individual pages you can use ( based on your own data )
[wfea organization_id=285905431035 ]
[wfea organization_id=147852730692 ]