Well, it looks like the people at Coachella don't have the best sense of humor, as the organizers for the California music and culture festival have filed a lawsuit against indie festival Hoodchella. The new weekend festival, which launched in 2015 and is scheduled to take place again on April 8-9, is under fire, as production company Goldenvoice allegedly asked them to change their name and they denied.

The lawsuit claims the indie festival infringes on Coachella’s trademarks and dilutes the brand, while creating unfair competition. Goldenvoice is seeking $100,000 from Hoodchella as well as the name change.

Hoodchella supporters have taken to Change.org, creating a petition to hopefully save the festival. "Everyone who supports Hoodchella Los Angeles knows that we are not in anyway associated with Coachella and we have never been associated with Golden Voice, AEG, or Coachella. It's clear that our fan base knows we are two completely different establishments being that we already gained a fan base from our past underground art and music shows," the petition states.

Tickets for the second annual Hoodchella have just gone on sale, although the line-up, selected each year from artist submissions, has yet to be announced.