i really like that one visits 'upon' another.
reminds me of the folk who are less 'having a party' than 'getting a party' :P
Alasdair Maclean, in Night Falls on Ardnamurchan, describes visitors approaching the house for the evening ceilidh, while he and his father escape through the back door!
No opportunity (below the field to enter text) to enter accented vowels.
If you hold the letter on your keyboard it usually offers accented letters
I've seen a' cèilidh mean visiting and meeting. When do we know the difference?