Mexico has danced its way into the record books.
A total of 457 Mexicans set the Guinness world record for the largest folk dance on Saturday at the International Mariachi and Charreria Conference in Guadalajara.
The wild affair was helped in part by 300 mariachi musicians who hailed from Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia and the United States.
Organizers said it was the best way to promote Mexican culture.
They have said their next attempt at breaking a world record will be the largest number of people drinking tequila at the same time, according to Colorado's 9News.