Yes there is. Chapter 124 (pg 30) of Volume 4 of Narada Purana mentions various vratas performed on Full Moon days. One such is Kojagiri Purnima.
Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. Lamps are lit and milk puddings are kept in the moonlight which are then offered as prasada to the deity.
A wake should be held at night enlivened with dance and songs. It is said Goddess Lakshmi visits the earth on this day and whoever she finds awake, worshiping her, she bestows with wealth.
47-48. The holy rite named Kojágara is to be observed on the full moon
day in the month of Asvina.
The devotee takes the holy dip in accordance with the injunctions. He
observes fast and subdues his sense-organs. A gold image of goddess
Laksmi is placed in a pot made of copper or clay. It is covered with a
cloth and worshipped with different kinds of Upacāras.
49.In the evening when the moon has risen, he should light lamps made of gold, silver or clay after filling them with ghee.
50-51. They should be a hundred thousands, fifty thousand, ten
thousand, one thousand or hundred in number. Milk puddings are
prepared in a huge quantity with plenty of sugar and ghee. They shall
be kept in many vessels in the bright moonlight.
When the night has advanced by a full Yama (three hours), the devotee
shall offer milk puddings as Naivedya to Lakşmī.
52.With great devotion he should then feed the Brahmanas with the milk puddings. All of them then keep awake for the whole of the night with
songs and auspicious instrumental music and dances.
53-54. The next day before dawn, the devotee takes his bath and
dedicates the gold image to the preceptor.
(It is said) that on this night goddess Mahalaksmi with the gestures
of granting boon and fearlessness in her lotus-like hands moves over
the Earth saying- "ko jagarti" (who is keeping awake) on this Earth? I
shall give wealth to that person who keeps awake and worships me.'
55.This Vrata should be performed every year. It propitiates Laksmi. It yields prosperity in this world and bliss in the other world after