Hundreds of people are expected to attend the event at the city's Thistle Hotel to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Paul Milne, from Hamiltonhill, died last year, aged 23, leaving family and friends devastated.
Organised by his friend Joy McEnhill, the black-tie ball is expected to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Paul's mum, Phyllis, will be among guests at the event on Friday November 1.
Guests will be treated to a champagne reception, charity auction, three-course meal, and live band.
Joy, 22, from Possilpark, said: "I've been planning the ball and everything is really starting to come together now.
"The event will take place just days before the first anniversary of Paul's death, and we wanted to do something to mark it."
Cystic fibrosis), also known as mucoviscidosis, is a genetic disorder that affects most critically the lungs, and also the pancreas, liver, and intestine.
Electrician Paul, who needed 20 pills and twice-daily physiotherapy to get through each day, was admitted to hospital in October last year.
He had contracted pneumonia, and another infection, and his family said it was just "too much" for his system.
Paul passed away the following month at Glasgow's Gartnavel Hospital.
Since he died, Paul's family and friends have raised money to help fund research into treating and finding a cure for cystic fibrosis.
Mum Phyllis said: "Instead of sending flowers, I asked Paul's family and friends to donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, in his name.
"We want that to be part of Paul's legacy.
"I just hope a cure for CF can be found, so that no other families have to suffer like ours."
Ticket to the ball, priced £60, are available by visiting www.cysticfibrosis.org.uk/in-your-area/scotland