By Rachie Weisberg and Zoe Holland

While ‘farm to table’ is a familiar phrase, ‘farm-to-concert’ is a whole other story. For the past five summers, The Farm on Adderley has catered Celebrate Brooklyn’s free concert series in Prospect Park. Tom Kearney, the chef and co-owner, faces the challenge of translating the restaurant’s sustainable ethos to a hungry – and impatient –  crowd of thousands.

The view from the Farm on Adderley main concession stand during Big KRIT’s performance in 2013

The view from the Farm on Adderley main concession stand during Big KRIT’s performance in 2013

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