we FINALLY got our tickets yesterday. Second row, C1 sector (same as B1, I hope, we had the choice), right on the side of A4. We absolutely wanted end-of-the-row seats, we’re coming with our child, so, just in case we’ll have to live earlier (slim possibility but…) we won’t disturb anybody.
The strange thing is that on Monday I called Diverta (In Timisoara), they assured me “the tickets are on sale on line only” and they have no other news. I noticed it was useless to argue and I switched to the “B” plan: call Diverta in Arad (60 km, fortunately once a week trip destination for us). There the tickets were available, any price, any sector, all necessary details.
I’m telling you this because I think it could be useful - last year it happened exactly the same, here Diverta had computer/printer (?!) problems during more than a week and we got unexpectedly good tickets from the same place (Arad) . So, smaller town - better tickets or maybe only better services to customers. No idea why. Anyway, for all of you interested in having tickets to Leonard Cohen or other concerts, consider this possibility before losing hope and patience. Hope it helps.
Adriana22: you were probably lucky to get your ticket from the same place I called several times without any results. You are right about the A sector tickets “disappearing” fast. Last year we were close enough to those sectors and, as you told, we could see a lot of so-called media “VIPs” showing themselfs around. I’m sorry to say this, they not only came because, obviously they got free tickets and this reason was good enough, but afterwards they exposed in TV and newspapers some piece of “brilliant” opinions/reports about the show - I have most of the written media echoes. (On the other hand, to be fair, beautiful chronicles were published in “Romania literara” - twice, before and after – and in “Catavencu”).