Guns N' Roses continue record setting revenues

The mega-money train of the reunited Guns N' Roses continues to reap the rich rewards after the figures for the recent South American leg revealed a gross total of well over $50 million.

In figures obtained by Billboard's Boxscore they detail that the 'Not In This Lifetime' tour's trek though South America by classic-era members Axl Rose, Duff McKagan and Slash earned a massive $56,545,200 – and in just 13 shows.

Their 2016 tour across North America raked in $116.8m over nine weeks.

Guns N' Roses occupied eight of top 10 positions on Boxscore's top-10 highest earning chart.

Fellow rockers Aerosmith claimed the other two spots following big earning shows in Brazil and Argentina last year.

Guns N' Roses are now in New Zealand as their big earning tour continues with a show at Auckland’s Western Springs Stadium on Saturday, February 4.