Canada’s Raonic, ranked No 6 in the world, lost to Roger Federer in last year’s Wimbledon semi-final while 19-year-old Kyrgios burst onto the scene with a shock fourth-round victory over two-time champion Rafael Nadal.
The duo will join Nadal, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic and defending champion Grigor Dimitrov at Queen’s, meaning five of the world’s top 10 will be in the field.
And Kyrgios said he is looking forward to playing on grass.
???I love playing on grass, it suits my game and I???m excited,” he said.
???Wimbledon last year was my best experience so far, and every time I go to Britain I feel comfortable.
???I love it when the crowd gets up, and if I can get involved with the crowd that???s when I play my best tennis.
???Hopefully they will see a guy who wants to entertain and go for shots no-one else goes for.???
The tournament has been upgraded to ATP 500 status, the third highest for men after Grand Slams and Tour Masters, and will be reduced from 56 players to 32.
Queen???s Club in Kensington, west London, begins on June 15 and is the traditional curtain raiser to Wimbledon.