The event, posted on social networking sites, dubs itself an "unofficial street party for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee" and is due to take place next Saturday.
The invite, sent out by organiser Vince Scot, states: "It's a long weekend and the Queen will be celebrating, so should we.
"Our kind government have announced a four-day long weekend, lets have a street party."
A Glasgow City Council spokesman confirmed they are aware of the event and are discussing the matter with the police.
This proposed event follows a rammy last year when 29 people were arrested following violence at an unofficial party on the day of the royal wedding.
Police were called to Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow's West end after around 6000 revellers showed up to celebrate the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The party, organised through Facebook, had begun peacefully but soon descended into violence and rioting when organisers tried to turn the music off.
More than 100 police officers attended the incident, with some on horseback charging into the crowd after fights broke out.
Twenty-two people were arrested at the time for various offences, including breach of the peace and alleged culpable and reckless conduct.
Tens of thousands of pounds were spent on a massive clean-up operation and a further seven people were arrested last August after a police investigation into the incident.
A council spokesman said people could not organise events in the park without council permission.
A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: "We are aware of the information circulating on social network sites and are in close consultation with the city council. This is something we are continuing to monitor."