Elite athletics will return to the Olympic Stadium on the first anniversary of the London Games, but Usain Bolt will not attend the party.
The British Athletics London Grand Prix, part of the Diamond League series, will move from its traditional home of Crystal Palace and take place on July 27, a year on from the London 2012 opening ceremony.
Sportsmail understands Bolt, who won three gold medals inside the stadium last summer, will honour his pledge not to compete again in the UK until tax laws are changed.
Snub: Lightning will not strike twice as Usain Bolt will stay away from London this year
Speedsters: Bolt (left) and his Jamaican team-mates set a new 4x100m world record in London
There was a tax amnesty for the Games but HMRC would insist on 50 per cent of Bolt's appearance fee, plus half of any sponsorship or endorsements, if he competed in London.
Speaking last August, Bolt said: 'As soon as the law changes I'll be here all the time. I love being here.'
Brits Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis hope to be involved in the meeting, which takes place two weeks before the World Championships in Moscow.
Farah said: 'The atmosphere was electric during the Games so it's great the British fans will get to experience that again. It'll be perfect preparation for the World Championships.'
Fans who already have tickets for the Crystal Palace event get an automatic refund and will be given priority to buy seats - at the same price - for the new venue.
What a setting: Mo Farah was roared on to two Olympic golds in London's Olympic Stadium
Local hero: Jessica Ennis was one of the stars of London 2012 as she claimed gold in the heptathlon
Sections of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will also open to the public on July 27. The Diamond League meeting is the first - and, so far, only - sporting event set to take place in the 429million stadium.
Athletics tickets were among the most sought after for the Games and heptathlon gold medallist Jessica Ennis hopes the Grand Prix will give people who were unable to buy tickets a chance to see high-class athletics at the stadium.
She said: 'It is brilliant to hear that the British Athletics London GP is going to be held at the Olympic Stadium a year after the Games.
'It will give athletes and fans who did not get to experience the amazing venue the chance to go there, and for those of us who had the most incredible experiences on the track and field, an opportunity to relive a few memories.
'Hopefully I will be there and using the competition as part of my preparation for the World Championships.'
Mobot: Bolt and Farah performing opposite celebrations was one of the iconic images from the Games
Lighting up London: The stadium was also full for the Paralympics last summer
Niels de Vos, the chief executive of UK Athletics, said: 'We are delighted that the British Athletics London Grand Prix will be held at the Olympic Stadium in July and the fact that it's on the first anniversary of the opening ceremony is very special.
'An integral part of our 2012 legacy is not only that our athletes continue to succeed on the world stage but that the British public continue to be inspired by some of the greatest names in athletics and experience world-class sport first-hand.'
Mayor of London Boris Johnson, who is also chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation, said: 'What better way to mark the anniversary of the tremendous London 2012 opening ceremony than to see this stadium packed again as the world's top athletes compete in this unique series.
'After last summer's amazing Games, we can now see the stadium's legacy emerging as a top venue for both international sport and entertainment.'
'I am ever confident that in the coming years we can look forward to seeing Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park staging a wide range of major events, with their organisers and audiences drawn by its perfect location and unrivalled facilities.'