make it some place
make it (to something or some place)
1. To arrive (at some thing or location) successfully or on time. I can't believe we made it—I thought for sure that we would miss the flight! We only made it to the concert a few minutes before it was supposed to begin. I don't think I can make it back to camp—you go on without me!
2. To manage to reach some stage or point of progress. I ended up graduating with honors, but there were some points during college where I didn't even think I'd make it at all. This is the first time in over 30 years that our team has made it to the championship finals.!
make it (to) some place
to reach some place; to be able to attend an event at a place. I couldn't make it to the party. He didn't think his car could make it to Cleveland.