Last year I attended a pole performance in North Hollywood. I was told that they were not allowing people to bring cameras to the event as they had hired their own photographer. But we were allowed to take photos with our cell phones. I was disappointed but made do with my cell phone.
In situations like this, you will definitely want to switch your Cell Phone camera to Pro mode. In Pro Mode, at least in a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, you are able to manually select the white balance, ISO, and shutter speed. When you can control these settings you can create images like the one below with just your cell phone. If you leave your cell phone camera on Auto Mode the images will not look like this, they will look more neutral, or the colors may be undesirable as you are letting the camera do all of the guessings. This is true if you shoot with a DSLR in auto mode as well.
One of the biggest challenges when shooting with your cell phone, besides the tiny file sizes and poor image sensors is the lag between when you press the shutter button and when the photo is actually taken. So you have to take a lot of images or practice anticipating the shot, which I did here.
I hope you find this helpful.