It's a very bare bones environment, run by volunteers. The money to run it comes purely from ticket sales, but I wouldn't have noticed it if it had not been pointed out to me. It's a welcoming atmosphere for people of all walks of life, which makes the hours pass quite quickly. I can't say much for the culture as it changes every year, but for the one time I've worked it, the culture, while crass at times, makes for a very inclusive workplace.
They'd have to expressly tell me to not work there again.