CONCORD — The new Bank of New Hampshire Stage at 16-18 Main St. is showing a global streak with its inaugural concert lineup.

Set to open in June, the Stage is owned and operated by the nearby Capitol Center for the Arts and is meant to add a club setting into the mix.

A recently revealed music schedule for the summer and fall includes artists from near and far, with wide-ranging influences.

They include:

Ed Balloon, a Nigerian-Bostonian covering everything from electro-soul to glam-pop, Saturday, June 22;

Rodrigo Amarante, a Brazilian multi-instrumentalist who has recorded/toured with Little Joy and Devendra Banhart and won an Emmy nomination for Netflix’ “Narcos” theme song, Friday, June 28;

Jordie Lane, an Australian singer-songwriter, along with indie-roots artist Jordie Lane, has toured with Gotye, Billy Bragg, Old Crow Medicine Show and Neko Case, Saturday, June 29;

The Suitcase Junket, a one-man band helmed by the dumpster guitar-wielding Matt Lorenz, Friday, July 19;

Oompa, a Boston-born poet, rapper, educator and advocate, Saturday, July 20;

Daby Toure, with influences ranging from African folk melodies and desert blues to jazz, pop, reggae, funk and soul, Friday, July 26;

Soule Monde, avant funk from drummer Russ Lawton and B3 wizard Ray Paczkowski — sidemen for the Trey Anastasio Band and collaborators with Mike Gordon, Strangefolk and Dave Matthews, Saturday, Aug. 3;

Wallis Bird, Meteor Award winner who has toured with Rodrigo y Gabriela, Billy Bragg, The Gossip and Emiliana Torini, Friday, Aug. 23;

The Ballroom Thieves, whose latest album is “Paper Crown,” Thursday, Sept. 5;

Amythyst Kiah, with southern gothic vocals, Friday, Sept. 6;

The Jacob Joliff Band (of Yonder Mountain String Band), bluegrass driven by mandolin, Sunday, Sept. 8;

Barika, a Vermont indie music drenched in psychedelic, West African elements, Friday, Sept. 27;

Max Hatt and Edda Glass, melodic folk group that played Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival, Saturday, Sept. 28;{&bullet}Anais Mitchell, Vermont and Brooklyn-based folk singer/songwriter, Sunday, Oct. 13

Jamantics Reunion, Concord-based group with funky rock jams, Friday, Nov. 8, and;

Graeme James, a one-man band of loops, electric violin andn beatboxing from New Zealand, Saturday, Nov. 9.

The Stage also will be a home for theater and comedy, as well as the Met Opera, National Theatre and Bolshoi Ballet HD broadcasts.

For more information about the lineup, call the box office at 225-1111 or visit