Item consists of an audio recording of a ceildh held at the 1975 Mariposa Festival. Includes performances by Tommy Makem, Owen McBride, Maggi Peirce, Boys of the Lough (including Cahil McConnell and David Jones). All play "The Dingle Regatta" (trad.). Next Tommy Makem performs "The Nightingale" (trad.), Owen McBride performs "Finnegan's Wake" (trad.), David Jones performs "Flying Cloud" (trad.), The Boys of the Lough perform an instrumental piece "Farewell to Ireland" (trad.), Maggi Peirce performs a song "Paddy McGinty's Goat" (Val Doonican). Members of the audience shout out songs, including "Zoological Gardens", but the group performs "Wild Mountain Thyme / Will You Go Lassie, Go" (trad.), "Wild Rover" (trad.). Then David Jones sings "Young Edwin In The Lowlands". The Boys of the Lough then play some reels (not identified). Maggi Peirce then leads a recitation, "The Irish Schoolmaster" (James A. Sidney), which is cut off suddenly before the final verse. The recording picks up again with banter with the audience leading up to a performance of his song "My Father Loves Nikita Kruschev" and then The Boys of The Lough perform a series of reels to lead out the concert, with Makem acknowledging the Frank McArthur (?), a Newfoundland step-dancer. It is assumed that McArthur danced during the last song.