The event will double as the 2013 London Grand Prix, which usually takes place at Crystal Palace, and will be held on Friday and Saturday, followed by a day of Paralympic events on Sunday, 28 July.
It will take place on the one-year anniversary of the opening ceremony of London 2012, two weeks before the start of the World Athletics Championships in Moscow on 10 August.
Bolt, who set an Olympic record in the 100m and helped his team-mates post a new world record in the 4x100m relay at London 2012, will use the event as a warm-up for Moscow.
Other than the Olympics, the 26-year-old Bolt has not raced in Britain since 2009, when he last competed in the London Grand Prix, because of tax rules which would force him to give up a share of any appearance or prize money, plus a cut of any endorsements.
(Women's 100m hurdles) - London 2012 gold, 2011 world champion, 2010 Commonwealth Games gold, Beijing 2008 silver
(Men's 110m hurdles) - London 2012 gold
(Men's 400m) - London 2012 gold, 2011 world champion
(Women's 400m) - London 2012 gold, Beijing 2008 bronze, 2009 world champion
Tickets will go on general sale on Friday 19 April at 10:00 BST with the majority priced between £12-£50 and those interested can pre-register on the
British Athletics website.
The BBC will cover the Diamond League, including the London Anniversary Games, on either BBC Three or the Red Button as well as online - on the BBC Sport website, mobile and the BBC Sport app - and through Connected TV.
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