"The Sports Fest will be amazing," said Bayley.
"Everyone who likes sport should get involved and enjoy a great day out."
Another of the athletes to have confirmed their attendance is visually judoka Ben Quilter, who won a bronze medal at the Paralympics.
"The Sports Fest is a great idea because it provides a chance for lots of people to find out about lots of sports and opportunities under one roof," said Quilter.
"I'm really supportive of it and I know it's going to be fun for everyone who comes along."
Wheelchair fencer Craig McCann, who was identified by the British Paralympic Association (BPA) at a Paralympic Potential Day, is another who will be attending.
"My life changed for the better after discovering disability sport", he said.
"Come along to Sports Fest and who knows what you might discover for yourself."
The majority of the 17 athletes that have just signed up to attended all medalled at London 2012 including shooting silver medallist Matt Skelhon, powerlifting bronze medallist Zoe Newson, table tennis bronze medallist Ross Wilson, shooting bronze medallist James Bevis and wheelchair tennis bronze medallist Jordanne Whiley.
In addition, wheelchair rugby players Kylie Grimes and Ross Morrison, wheelchair fencer Craig McCann and goalball player Adam Knott will represent their sports.
Also confirmed to be in attendance will be judo brothers Marc and Dan Powell, powerlifter Ali Jawad, wheelchair basketballers Clare Strange and Helen Turner and wheelchair tennis player Marc McCarroll.
The number of ParalympicsGB athletes attending is set to continue to grow with more signing up each day.
Anyone interested in attending can register via the ParalympicsGB website by clicking here.
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