Hide a Day in Month View


On some occasions you might want to hide some days (the whole column) in Month view. Here is how you can do that.

The below CSS snippet will hide the last two days of the week. So if you have Monday set as the first day of the week under Setting > General on your WordPress dashboard, then it will hide Saturday and Sunday.


Copy the below code into your (child) theme's style.css file, or add it to Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS box (or wherever you usually put custom styling).


The Events Calendar


.tribe-events-month .tribe-events-calendar thead th:nth-child(6),
.tribe-events-month .tribe-events-calendar thead th:nth-child(7),
.tribe-events-month .tribe-events-calendar tbody td:nth-child(6),
.tribe-events-month .tribe-events-calendar tbody td:nth-child(7) {
    display: none;


You can see the numbers 6 and 7 in that snippet. Those refer to the days in the week Saturday being the 6th day and Sunday being the 7th in the week (if Monday is set as the first day).

Based on this you can easily adjust the snippet to hide any day you like in Month view.


  • Originally written in April 2019
  • Tested with The Events Calendar 4.8.2
  • Author: AndrĂ¡s Guseo


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