Ogogo will fight Greg O'Neill from Sunderland in his fifth professional bout on the undercard of Burns' showdown with Terence Crawford.
The 25-year-old middleweight from Lowestoft is one of two Olympians on the bill along with Watford's Anthony Joshua, the 24-year-old heavyweight gold medal winner. Both will be having their fifth pro bouts, with Joshua taking on Hector Alfredo Avila.
Ogogo said: "It's a huge year for Glasgow with the Commonwealth Games so it's going to be great fighting in the city. I've heard a lot about Scottish fight fans so I am expecting there to be a fantastic atmosphere."
Greenock's John Simpson, the former British and Commonwealth featherweight champion, meets John Murray in a lightweight contest, while unbeaten lightweight contender Scotty Cardle takes on another former British champion in Paul Appleby of South Queensferry.
The undercard will also feature the super-middleweight and former Dundee United footballer David Brophy; super-featherweight Michael Roberts; and the emerging Scottish trio of super-featherweight Ryan Collins, bantamweight Scott Allan and lightweight Ryan Smith.
n Scott Quigg will make the second defence of his World Boxing Association super-bantamweight title against the Venezuelan Nehomar Cermeno at Manchester's Phones4u Arena on April 19.
While there have been rumours of a showdown with Northern Ireland's Carl Frampton, Quigg must first focus on Cermeno, who has a so-so record of 22 wins, five losses and a draw, but some impressive scalps.