It’s official: Nashville hosted a record-breaking weekend for the NFL Draft, according to attendance figures announced Saturday by the league. 

Music City welcomed an estimated 600,000 draft-goers across the three-day event, said Brian McCarthy, the National Football League vice president of communications.

Organizers for the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp reported crowd estimates of 200,000 for Thursday and Friday, respectively. McCarthy confirmed the record-breaking attendance Saturday afternoon via Twitter.