Chambers will line up against triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt in what will be the first test of his progress since joining up with Asafa Powell’s training group in Kingston in March.
The meeting, part of the ‘World Challenge Series’, is the most prestigious invitation event to have offered Chambers a lane since his return to top-flight athletics in 2008.
The Londoner has already been lined up by UK Athletics to compete in the 4x100m relay in Rome and at Crystal Palace in preparation for the Olympics.
The event is part of the EuroMeetings group which had previously recommended its members not to invite former drug cheats and Chambers’ inclusion could now open the door for him to compete in the individual 100m in the top-tier Diamond League series.
On Monday, Chambers was given the all-clear to compete at the London Games after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that the British Olympic Association’ lifetime ban for athletes with serious drug violations was illegal.