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Carnaval de Muertos

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Every November 1st and 2nd, Urban-15’s Carnaval de San Anto transforms into Carnaval de los Muertos, an organic altar that celebrates the many families and generations that have lived here in San Antonio. This year, the Carnaval de Muertos makes three appearances on Friday, November 2nd at 7pm by Hemisfair Park near the beginning of the Institute of Texan Cultures and proceeding to the Instituto Cultural Mexicano. The event will also be held at Centro Cultural Azlan at 8:30pm and 10pm at Lone Star Art Space.

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