You seem to have a fear of death.
You seem to have a fear of logic and intellect.
Look, it doesn't matter how many doctors are in the crowd. BJ & Hawkeye could be in the crowd and they would be highly unlikely to do a single thing. Medical insurance would prevent them at the least.
You really would benefit from a tour in the military. Of course, now that I think about it, if you approached the military with the same half-assed attitude you use for the rest of your life you couldn't pass Basic Training much less accomplish your job in garrison or in the zone.
Have you EVER attempted to organize anything? You show a frightening lack of comprehension about the level of effort needed as well as a startling case of Dunning Kruger
You babble about negativity, but let's look at some things honestly, Private Pyle.
I've helped set up concerts, theater work, military encampments, marchers. I like to organize things and I'm good at it.
Because I have a REAL checklist that I go down with all the anal retentiveness of an account with the IRS circling.
You have a checklist of what you want, but nothing in your checklist of how to get it. You are relying on people's goodwill and generosity, when I can tell that a plain fact: Individuals are generous, kind, and have goodwill, people are greedy immature irresponsible fuckwits.
You cannot rely on the generosity of mankind to provide medical aid for your million people. That's a major city.
And that's how you need to look at it.
Your concert will briefly transform that 2 mile area, which is 1280 acres (my mistake, those of you who caught my typo, as a square mile is 6
40 acres), into a fairly large city.
Let's look at everything a city of 1 MILLION people needs.
That's just what you need to have a city that large in Civ-IV, must less the messy reality you will need.
How many bottles of water will you need to have on hand? Are you aware of what kind of liability you will face as the organizer?
The old days where you could have a concert in a field with half-assed planning are OVER. There are laws facing public events, even private events.
Have you talked to anyone with any experience in setting up events and listened instead of hand waving them away with "like, karma, dude, will, like, totally, like, make it happen, maaaaaaan."
A concert, even a venue of a few hundred people, requires an immense amount of effort. You aren't willing to put the effort in to open a fucking hookah lounge, and you think a concert will be easy? Have you ever won a game of civilization without using cheat codes, because right now I'm starting to believe that you probably hit "Play Game" and it pops up with "You Lose" before your first turn.
GROW UP, DANK.
Get a fucking job, it'll teach you about prioritizing effort.
Go to fucking college, it'll teach you just how ignorant you are.
Join the military, it'll teach you about organization.
You have no goddamn real drive. Once you find out just how tough it is to do something like this, it'll be like everything else you've done, another abandoned dream from an idea guy. You'll come up with excuses for why it didn't work, probably blaming negativity and your age and people's lack of trust in teenagers, but you'll know, deep down inside, just like we will, that it failed because you refused to apply the least bit of effort, refusing to listen to any advice, and couldn't get off your ass to take it seriously.
You aren't "organizing a million man concert" you're daydreaming openly on a forum.
You want other people to handle paying for it. You want random volunteers to do medical care. You want someone to lend you the land, almost 2 square miles. You want everyone ELSE to do it for you so that you can attach your name to it.
For fuck's sake, Dank, GROW THE FUCK UP and accept some responsibility in your life.
And I take back what I said about joining the military. They've got it tough enough with being shot at, they don't need a dumbass like you added to the mix. You'd probably eat the ASVAB anyway instead of passing it, jam the pencil in your ass, and pogo-stick out of the testing center.
Your concert isn't going to happen, dank. I'm not a betting man, but I'm willing to throw down cash (dirty fiat dollars) that I won't be turning on the news and seeing "DANK'S ROCKING NEW YEAR'S EVE CONCERT!" or anything else like that.
Just like I'm willing to bet I won't see anyone shilling your latest album on TV, or see you on VH-1 or MTV talking about your meteoric rise to success.
PAY ATTENTION, PRIVATE PYLE!