The 6th Annual Chicago Radio Show took place from the 10th to 16th October 1927 at the Coliseum on Wabash Avenue. The advertised entrance fee was 50 cents to attend the show which included personal appearances by various artists and announcers.
" For the first time in the history of the industry which it represents, the Chicago Radio show this year will be arranged primarily for the benefit of the general public instead of the jobber and dealer. When the doors of the Coliseum swing open at 1 o clock Monday afternoon. Oct. 10, on the sixth annual exhibit it will be found that the manufacturers have aimed their efforts straight at Mr. and Mrs. Radio Fan ... "
The Chicago Tribune - September 11th 1927