Festivals that are celebrated in the temple make it more attractive to visitors. The festivals mostly celebrated in this temple are Vaikuntha Ekadashi, Vasanthotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Vijayadashami, and other festivals.
Vaikuntha Ekadashi: On the traditions pursued in Srirangam, the Vaikuntha Ekadashi celebrations are based. Devotees seeking the blessings of Vaikuntha Rama on the annual festival day of Vaikuntha Ekadashi shall be granted reclamation, as per the Bhadradri Kshetra Mahatyam in the Brahma Purana.
Vasanthotsavam: To mark the commencement of the preparations for the annual Brahmotsavam festival, the festival of spring or Vasanthotsavam is celebrated. Involving the preparation of the mutual Talambralu , this festival coincides with Holi.
Brahmotsavam: Celebrated during March—April, the twelve-day long annual Brahmotsavam festival is the chief festival temple which is elaborately known as the Vasantha Paksha Prayukta Srirama Navami Brahmotsavam.The main event of the Brahmotsavam is the birthday of Rama, Rama Navami.
Vijayadashami: One of the leading festivals celebrated in Bhadrachalam is the ten-day Dussehra. During the ritual of a yagna, the Ramayana is read for ten days daily, which ends on the tenth day and is referred to as Vijayadashami. According to the rules of the Pancharatra Agama, the rituals are performed in the Lakshmi Thayar temple. Thousands of devotees are attracted to the nijaroopa darshanam of Lakshmi Thayar, On Vijayadashami.
Other festivals: Sabari Smruti Yatra, Hanuman Jayanti, and Dhammakka Seva Yatra are the other prominent festivals celebrated at Bhadrachalam. With leaf worship and Thiruveedhi utsavam being the main events, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated at the Dasanjaneya temple.