Food & Beverage
We are revamping the beverage program this year with a refreshed offering of alcoholic + non-alcoholic drinks, and snacks. Alcoholic beverages will be available for those 21+. Bars will be located at the main stages. You can bring your own alcohol for your campsite or any other areas without bars. No booze can be brought into areas with bars due to liquor licensing. This bars will also be offering an assortment of individually packaged snacks and fruit for purchase.
A la carte by Black Radish Kitchen
In addition to the meal plan, Black Radish Kitchen will be operating limited a la carte options again. Details are forthcoming, and we’ll be posting that here in the next few months. This will be first come, first served, while supplies last. Please do not rely on this as your primary food source, as it won’t be enough to sustain you.
Groceries & Cooking
The closest full-service grocery store is Food Lion in Hancock, MD, a 25 minute drive away from camp. The address is 345 N Pennsylvania Ave, Hancock, MD 21750. You can head there any time during Front Gate Hours:
- Wednesday – 12pm – 10pm (Requires a Wednesday Check-In Pass)
- Thursday – 10am – Midnight
- Friday – 10am – Midnight
- Saturday – 10am – 2pm
- Sunday – Gate Closed
Campers can bring and prepare their own food. There are no grills on-site, so you will need to bring a small camp stove / grill. Bonfires are permitted at camp sites and around camp in general. Four Quarters loans fire rings (required) and sells firewood at the Coffee Dragons near the Medical tent. You must use a fire ring if you’re creating a fire.
Coolers are recommended to keep perishables chilled and fresh. Four Quarters will sell ice at the Coffee Dragon near the Medical Tent.
Four Quarters is a leave no trace venue, just like Burning Man. Waste bins will be placed throughout camp – please use them. Our Site Maintenance volunteers will be servicing the bins. There will also be a large dumpster accessible for use upon arrival/departure. All attendees are responsible for their trash. Please keep your camp clean.
Photo: Bryan Baretta