Queen, Jessie J and Russell Brand will also perform during the two-hour musical and theatrical event according to the leaked document, reports the Daily Mail.
The beginning stages of the gig will see models of iconic London landmarks including Big Ben, the London Eye and St Paul's Cathedral covered in newspaper, before being unwrapped by hundreds of people.
The opening scenes will be based on London's rush-hour period, with around 300 people speeding around in cars, scooters and bicycles.
Lollipop ladies will then reportedly strip to reveal Union Jack swimsuits to the theme of the national anthem.
Annie Lennox, Madness, Ray Davies and the Pet Shop Boys will be among the legendary stars to perform during the gig.
Kaiser Chiefs, Emeli Sandé, One Direction, Elbow, Ed Sheeran, Tinie Tempah and Fatboy Slim will represent the modern generation of performers.
Russell Brand will perform a cover of 'I Am the Walrus' by the Beatles, along with a version of Sex Pistols track 'Pretty Vacant' with Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.
Kate Moss will also lead a catwalk to represent the best of British fashion, alongside other top models Naomi Campbell, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole and Georgia May Jagger.
The Who will close the show, while Darcey Bussell and 300 Royal Ballet members will dance as the Olympic flame dies out.
Tickets for the event are still available at prices of £1,500, £995 and £655.
Ceremony producer Gavin Kent said: "We want to create a fabulous, emotional experience, something people remember for years to come. It will be an elegant mash-up of British music."
Take That, George Michael and The Who have been rumoured to be among the line-up since early June.
Robbie Williams was originally scheduled to join his Take That members but recently pulled out due to the possible birth of his first child.
The leaked line-up is as follows:
Opening scene - 'Rush Hour'
Emeli Sandé - 'Read All About It'
Julian Lloyd Webber - Elgar on Cello
Street Party 'Notting Hill' theme
Madness - 'Our House'
Parade of 160 Coldstream Guards to Blur's 'Parklife', led by Ray Winstone and/or Phil Daniels
Pet Shop Boys - 'West End Girls'
One Direction - 'What Makes You Beautiful'
Ray Davies - 'Waterloo Sunset'
Entrance of National Flags and 10,000 athletes
Victory Ceremony - with footage of Olympic highlights
Elbow - 'One Day Like This' and 'Open Arms'
Symphony of British Music
George Michael - 'Freedom' and 'White Light'
Kaiser Chiefs - 'Pinball Wizard'
Tribute to British Fashion - Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole and Georgia May Jagger to David Bowie's 'Fashion'
Annie Lennox - 'Little Bird'
The Clash - 'Should I Stay or Should I Go'
Ed Sheeran - 'Wish You Were Here'
Russell Brand with French and Saunders - 'Pretty Vacant'
Fatboy Slim - 'Right Here, Right Now'
Jessie J - 'Price Tag'
Tinie Tempah - 'Written in the Stars'
Taio Cruz - 'Dynamite'
Tinie Tempah and Jessie J - 'You Should Be Dancing'
Liam Gallagher OR Manic Street Preachers - To Be Confirmed
Eric Idle - 'Always Look on the Bright Side of Life'
Russell Brand - 'I Am the Walrus'
Queen and Jessie J - 'We Will Rock You'
Take That - 'Rule the World'
Flag Handover Ceremony
Darcey Bussell dancing to 'Spirit of the Flame' - Flame is extinguished
The Who perform finale
Fireworks display from roof of Olympic stadium
Watch a video of the Jessica Ennis portrait on the Heathrow flight path below: