The men's 100m is an obvious highlight: Usain Bolt takes on Caribbean rivals in the form of Nesta Carter, Daniel Bailey and Richard Thompson, among others. Will Yohan Blake's world-leading mark of 9.90sec be threatened? The women's side is similarly loaded, with Carmelita Jeter, Kerron Stewart and Kelly-Ann Baptiste the leading names. Yohan Blake and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will be competing in the 200m races.
British interest lies in the hurdles and jumps. Andy Turner and Tiffany Porter will come up against Antwon Hicks and Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, respectively. Shara Proctor appears in a competitive women's long jump alongside Brittney Reese and Janay DeLoach. Christine Ohuruogu and Larry Achike are other Brits to watch out for.
The US/JAM themed men's 400 hurdles should be worth watching, with Bershawn Jackson and Michael Tinsley going head to head with Leford Green and Danny McFarlane. Jermaine Gonzales has Renny Quow, Calvin Smith and a slew of Jamaicans to compete against in the men's 400 flat.
This meet is being broadcast on the internet, but I'm unsure if this is location-restricted for European viewers.
Read the starting line-ups here