Scotland will also take on Asia 1 on Wednesday September 23rd and Argentina will face Europe 1 as part of the Kingsholm match allocation.
It's a tremendously exciting prospect for the club and the city, and Vaughan greeted today's news with enthusiasm.
"It's great to see that England 2015 have confirmed the fixtures and prices of tickets this morning. We now know exactly when the four games will be played at Kingsholm, and how much the tickets will be.
"We all want to see Kingsholm packed out for these games, and I think that the ticket pricing has been very carefully thought out. For a family of four to be able to watch the Tonga game from just £44, for example, is terrific.
"Now that we have these details, it all seems that little bit closer and it's only going to get more exciting from here on in.
"The only thing we're waiting on now, is to find out the identity of the other teams, in addition to Argentina, Scotland and Tonga, who will be playing here. When we find that out, it really will be game on."
Meanwhile City Council Leader, Paul James, commented:
"The ticketing announcement shows that this competition will be truly accessible with prices as low as £7 for children to see games at Kingsholm.
"People can now start planning for what we know is going to be an exciting time for everyone in the City."