Having just completed two sold-out nights at Mexico City’s Vive Cuervo Salón, 30 Seconds To Mars will hit a few TV shows. The band will play its current single, “Closer To The Edge,” when it appears on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” Feb. 18. Four nights later on Feb. 22 the band appears on comedian George Lopez’s show, “Lopez Tonight.”

30 Seconds To Mars will also appear at the Montalban Theater in Los Angeles Feb. 21 when frontman Jared Leto hosts a screening of the director’s cut of the band’s controversial video for “Hurricane.” Directed by Bartholomew Cubbin, the video was banned or restricted to late-night airings by many TV networks the world over, mostly because TV execs considered its content to be too sexual, too naughty or just too provocative for squeaky clean TV viewers. The evening will include a Q&A, making it the first time fans have had the opportunity to discuss the video with Leto.

After a February-March run through Australia, a one-off in Abu Dhabi and a few dates in South America including Lollapalooza Chile, 30 Seconds To Mars launches its Spring U.S./Canada tour in San Jose at the Event Center April 8. Los Angeles is next with the band playing the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk April 9.

Other dates include Detroit (April 16), Orlando (April 23), Washington, D.C. (April 27), Camden, N.J. (April 30), Boston (May 1), Montreal (May 3) and Toronto (May 5).

Expect more dates to be announced next week. Tickets go on sale beginning Feb. 18. For more information, including an uncensored look at “Hurricane,” click here for the 30 Seconds To Mars website.