As part of the events, the town will try to break the world record for people running in kilts. All participants should run an 8 km route beside the Tay.
Kilt runners will be invited to raise funds for two nominated charities – ABF The Soldiers Charity and PKAVS that supports vulnerable people in Perth and Kinross.
Charles Dunphie, from ABF The Soldiers Charity, said: “We’re hoping to see loads of different tartans out on the day.”
A parade of 1 000 pipers from 400 bands will also take place on 2 June.
Perth will hold one of the largest civic celebrations of the Jubilee in Scotland and it hopes to be granted city status.