Photos: Carnaval de los Muertos in San Antonio

Photos: Carnaval de los Muertos in San Antonio

Credit: Andrew Delgado / KENS 5

Carnaval de los Muertos is an annual, two-day celebration that shakes up the souls -- both the living and the dead -- in San Antonio. URBAN-15 delivered a dazzling display of organic movement, accentuated by brilliant led lighting and mysterious sugar-skull makeup, to the sounds of Brazilian drums on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013. A packed art gallery in the Deco District of the west side became a living altar for the carnival's grand finale of the Mexican take on All Souls Day.

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by Andrew Delgado / KENS 5

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Posted on November 3, 2013 at 1:37 PM

Updated Monday, Nov 4 at 10:51 AM

SAN ANTONIO -- Carnaval de los Muertos is an annual, two-day celebration that shakes up the souls -- both the living and the dead -- in San Antonio.

URBAN-15 delivered a dazzling display of organic movement, accentuated by brilliant led lighting and mysterious sugar-skull makeup, to the sounds of Brazilian drums on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013.

A packed art gallery in the Deco District of the west side became a living altar for the carnival's grand finale of the Mexican take on All Souls Day. 

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