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I'm attempting to create a custom content type in Drupal to represent concerts. Each concert has a title, description, and multiple dates and locations (the concert may be performed on more than one day at different locations).

Since dates and locations are dependent on each other, I thought that the Field Collection module would be ideal for me. This module allowed me to group the date and location field and add multiple values; however, when I try to display the concerts in a calendar in Views (I've tried both Calendar and FullCalendar), I can't find a way to display the title of the concert because it is now in a separate entity.

Is there any way I could make my current content type work, or is there a better way to do this?

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Why is the title in a separate entity? Shouldn't you view be a node view of type concert, then the title is on the concert? – 2pha Jan 11 '13 at 4:37
Since the Date field is in the Field Collection, when I create the calendar in Views, I only have access the the fields in the Field Collection. – Kevin Jan 11 '13 at 13:31

I was able to solve this by adding a relationship in the Views setup. Now, I have access to all the fields of the host entity.

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